If you haven't seen it already, this is a 2-minute video entitled 'Capture the Can', sent to me by the visual effects supervisor of the shoot. It featuring a multiplayer videogame style paintball match captured with a Phantom high-speed camera in a single, long take. If you're into paintball or video game mock-ups, it's definitely worth a watch. But if you're into the cookie jar even though your mom told you not to spoil your dinner, well, give me two and I won't tell I saw you.
Hit the jump for two minutes of slow-motion paint splatter (best watched in HD).
This is a video of one of Geekologie Reader Liz's coworkers at the LEGO Store in Minneapolis showing off his homemade LEGO Portal Gun. The gun took about a year to plan, three weeks to build, and is just under 2,000 pieces. It has a LEGO Mindstorm controller stuffed inside, s... / Continue →
This is an $850 Ghostbuster Proton Pack replica from Viking Props (which, despite the name, sells zero horned helmets or Thor hammers). It's pretty accurate, and even has some light up effects. Even more light effects and some sound ones are available too, but at an extra cos... / Continue →
Granted it can only hover at 3-feet, but that's a lot higher than your UFO. "I don't have a UFO." You ignorance pains me, you know that? But Shu Mansheng here? He's smart. So smart he built an 18-foot UFO (NOT roflcopter) out of $3,000 in parts (including eight motorcycle ... / Continue →