Short film festival Tropfest has found itself embroiled in controversy after a comedy about gay sex was named best film on Sunday night.
Upset film fans took to Twitter and Facebook to express their disappointment at the judges’ decision to give Bamboozled the top award, while former NRL star Ian Roberts said the film was degrading and homophobic.
Harrison Okene survived 3 days at the bottom of the ocean in the wreck of his ship. You can read about how he ended up there here. This is the video of his rescue from the ship.
This is a video of Danish archer Lars Anderson demonstrating the ancient archery techniques he’s been practicing. The key to a lot of them is holding spare arrows in your hand instead of a quiver. Doing so, Lhars can shoot 10 arrows in 4.9 seconds, shoot 11 arrows before the first hits the ground, shoot through chainmail, shoot three arrows in less than a second while falling, and shoot three disks while running backwards in 1.12 seconds. I wish I was better at archery. I think the bow might actually be my favorite weapon if you don’t count laser blasters or psychological warfare.
Here at MIT Media Lab, new doors to visualization are being opened by some of the pioneers of user-interface. It was Professor Hiroshi Ishii along with his students who made marvelous effort and opened new gates towards virtual world and 3D object creation. Basically, this machine works in a very simple way with the help of cameras and allows it to practically make any sort of tangible objects in 3D interface.
The partners must find their own water, food, and clothes, after they meet in the assigned locale.
Funny Real Life movie of Street Fighter
Interesting old film detailing advancements in computer/digital technology.
Includes scenes of:
*Digital musical composition
*Electronic circuit design utilising a digital pen
*Digital movie production
*3D simulation of orbiting satellite
*Conversion of pictures to mosaics composed of tiny images
*Digital voice modulation