Toronto-based developer Jacob Jackson just launched a simple visual search engine that’s particularly adept at gathering results with similar patterns, compositions, and textures.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_nW5bmRcB0 As the Trump Administration draws to a close, Trump Bites animates a second series of real audio clips of The Donald. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGSBhxRN2MI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOaPVexQ_f4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0F-wNFGnYeQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qspuuW90rs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKv3iitPP0g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVB79WQrN7E Image: YouTube / Trump Bites
Mathijs Luijten directed and animated “Nights” by Jesper Ryom, based on gradient and line animation designed by Sofie Lee. Mathijs first came to my attention with the video for Tycho’s “Weather” earlier this year.
Pixar’s new animated film Soul is the story of Joe Gardner, a middle school school music teacher with big dreams about performing jazz onstage. “Music is all I think about, from the moment I wake up in the morning to the moment I fall asleep at night,” he says. “I was born to play.”
Anyone who came of age in the latter part of the twentieth century will recall the constant flow of animated cartoons that made up most of children’s programming on TV. In a culture of supposedly short memories, they were an art form that reached right back across time.
Yes, Stan Lee was known for punctuating his commentary with a hearty “excelsior!”. But this cute animated short, using some archival recordings from the Marvel Comics legend in action, sees him express a fondness for a shorter, equally emphatic bit of profanity.
Over two years in the making, this is the world’s first Universal LEGO Sorting Machine, an AI-powered automated sorting machine that is capable of recognizing and sorting any LEGO part that has ever been produced*.
Adobe MAX 2020 was the creative event of the event of the year, giving millions the chance to engage with the world’s top artists, designers and entertainers. But if you missed it, then here’s some great news. Many of the best sessions are now available to rewatch on demand, for free!
An acupuncture sessions goes wrong when the needles the practitioners (Kristen Wiig, Aidy Bryant) inserted into the patient (Jason Sudeikis) start to issue blood. They attempt to keep him alive by having him drink his own blood. [Season 38, 2013]
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