If you love stop motion videos and jelly beans then Heaven is here. In Your Arms by Kina Grannis has all these and more. The 3 minutes video took 22 months and 288, 000 jelly beans to be done. They have used only one still camera and two ladders, but a lot of manpower: 30 people.
Mark aka YouTube user OneMeeelionDollars has done a nice idea for a Holloween costume. You wanna have a hole in your body? Just use two iPAd’s, start a FaceTime chat between the two devices and voila, there you have it: one of the most high tech geeky Halloween costumes ever.
Geeksaresexy are lucky to have such a reader because Mark is one big fan of them and sent this video their way. Very well done Mark. And thanks for sharing. Happy Halloween.
A total of 80 places have been illuminated during 12 – 23 October and filmed with a HDSLR Canon 5D Mark II camera and Canon Lenses. Not your everday video, that is sure. Via [Slowmotion and time lapse video].
Spiderman lost his job because of this guy. He goes by the name of Julien Roberge and does some neat tricks with a trampoline and a wall. You got to admit it: that’s not child play. An extreme sport if you are not careful enough, but a delight when done right by a professional.
What would be the name of this new superhero that is born in front of our eyes? Springman. That would be. Via [One Cool Thing A Day].
That’s not your everyday light show. It’s The 2011 Halloween Light Show — Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO, best damn thing I’ve seen in a while. YouTube user KJ92508, from Riverside, California, did the job of assembling the LED’s and then keeping everything in sync.
If you see him just give him a big salute because he very well deserves a prize for this job. Bring your pumpkins and candies and admire this work of light art. Via [YouTube Trends]
Okay, nothing to worry about. No dogs were harmed here. I don’t know when were the costumes thrown down from people and landed on their pets, but some of these animal cosplays are really funny.
Take the Dog Tank video for example. It’s clearly that the dog doesn’t really likes it and he wishes that he were a real tank. But, luckily enough the women gives him a lot of treats, so we’re fine on that. If you want to see the toughest Chihuahua ever you can do that on his own blog.
So, did you find the right costume for you dog? Via [YouTube Trends].
US Army is already ahead of game with its drones, UAVs and robotic companions. But wait, Japan has now a miniature Defense Star, which is a spherical drone that can fly with 35mph and weighs only 1 lb.
Interestingly, it doesn’t make too much noise and it can be easily manipulated. Because of its gyro sensors if can hit obstacles and it can still maintain direction and height. It can even slide at ground level. This device costs only $1400 and can be made of commercially available parts.
It seems that it will be used for reconnaissance and rescue missions, not to conquer the Universe. Yet. This Death Star in becoming has been seen at Digital Contents Expo 2011, in Japan.
As the Occupy Phenomenon conquers the world it was almost impossible not to find memes. And there are a LOT of memes for #occupy[everything] out there. Some #occupydarkmatter or #occupyjupiter.
Today I found out that one of my favorite blogs, The Presufer, was #occupy-ed too. Not long time after #occupytehgeektive had taken place, as you can see in the image below.
So, don’t let me be among the few who shares the view of #occupy movement. Be #occupy-ed.
StoragePipe kicks-butt with this music video. You may make this you favorite song about computer repair and I know a lot of us have met the people this song talkes about. And yes, it’s right on the spot.
The guys at Geekaresexy love it also and shared it. Thanks! Be ready for the gangsta IT department to kick in and rule you Comp-Town.
Best phrase from the song: “You don’t have a MAC ADDRESS cuz you got WINDOWS!” Simply awesome.
YouTube user BrussPup makes some really impressive experiments that may twist a bit our minds. In his newest episode he plays with some anti-gravity toys. Well, they are magnets, but it looks damn cool when you make what he does. The extra mile that he works in order to make these things work give it that nice edge you want to see when a geek does magic.
The device shown here, Levitron Revolution, does not float any object, it only floats objects that have the magnetic disc in them. You can hide the device under the table and you will impress some chicks. Be sure of that.
If the above movie was cool, get ready for another demonstration. You will love it. It can be found on Brusspup.com.