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Epic Lego build up – full size Ford Explorer

Andi Smith posted on Google+ an interesting movie about an epic lego construction. Yep, a full size Ford Explorer got to life with 380 000 lego bricks. It seems that some guys never get enough of lego.

I don’t really get why people like them so much, but let me tell ya the stop motion movies with lego characters simply rule the world. Watch and be amazed by this nice feat. This lego Ford Explorer got to see the light on 28 September 2011, at Chicago Assembly Plant.

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Best geek rap music video ever – Java Life

Who said that geek is the new sexy knew what the Geekdom would bring upon us. Yes, in this time and era geeks fight back and they do it with style. Think that Zuckerberg has something to do with this, or not?

Since last year I saw that this type of music videos found their own place in the geek culture and Java had a few other nice YouTube clips too. Created for JavaOne 2011 the following geekrap simply kicks-ass and bring the coders int za first line.

Enjoy homies and welcome to ma crib 😀 !Via [GeeksAreSexy].

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Awesome wingsuit flight is awesome [epic video]

In the newest footage from Phoenix Fly, a company that produces wingsuits, features team The Need 4 Speed which does almost impossible things: they fly deadly close to the rock and the trees. This time they just pushed the boundaries even further and flew over some narrow valleys too. Pretty scary, I might add.

The wingsuits aren’t really expensive. For example, Venom costs just a bit over €1000. It doesn’t matter how much they cost, it’s pretty amazing what people can do with them. Anyways, this video shows that Phoenix Fly does know how to sell its wares.

I have to warn you that the scenes seem to be pretty close to those from action and SciFi movies, but they are damn real. At over 100mph every mistake they do has a swift result: death. If you want to do this wingsuit jump sport too you need to read the details form here. This extreme sport is NOT for everyone.

The Need 4 Speed: Mountain Carving from Phoenix Fly on Vimeo.

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Time-lapse in Germany – a must see [video]

T-Recs is a company from Dresda, Germany, which creates time-lapse videos. Build by Daniel Csobot and Maik Thomas the company can brag that it created some amazing footage, from which only three are posted on their website.

Details about the equipment used can be found here. In the first video you can see a trolley often used to insert dynamic footage in the movies and in the second one you can admire the City of Dresda. Enjoy!

T-RECS Timelapse Showreel 2011 #2 from T-Recs (Timelapse Recordings) on Vimeo.

T-RECS Timelapse Showreel 2010 from T-Recs (Timelapse Recordings) on Vimeo.