Neurotic Visionary with Delusional Aspirations. 08/20/1995. Male. Canada. Or am I?



February 13th 2014 10:07 PM  |  173,678 notes  |  Source  |  Via


someone accidentally dropped a camera out of a plane and it’s I think my favourite film now

The camera is spinning so fast that it captures land and sky at a dizzying ‘frame rate’. So cool. (Trying to understand the physics of it is making me dizzy.)

November 12th 2013 6:26 PM  |  33 notes

MIT Invents A Shapeshifting Display You Can Reach Through And Touch

To put it in the simplest terms, the inFORM is a self-aware computer monitor that doesn’t just display light, but shape as well. Remotely, two people Skyping could physically interact by playing catch, for example, or manipulating an object together, or even slapping high five from across the planet. Another use is to physically manipulate purely digital objects. A 3-D model, for example, can be brought to life with the inFORM, and then manipulated with your hands to adjust, tweak, or even radically transform the digital blueprint.

inFORM - Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display

inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, for example moving objects on the table’s surface. Remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. inFORM is a step toward our vision of Radical Atoms: tangible.media.mit.edu/vision/

This exists.

September 2nd 2013 9:13 PM  |  7 notes

Community Channel / The Door Hold Dilemma

Her videos just get better and better. 

August 31st 2013 5:43 PM  |  123,686 notes  |  Via


Javier Pérez: En Puntas (2013)

Video installation of variable measurements comprising:
Sculpture: pointe shoes, stainless steel knives
Video projection: HD blu-ray, with sound, screened on a wall

A ballerina, whose pointe shoes are extended by a set of sharp kitchen knives, dances and twirls insistently until reaching exhaustion, fighting to maintain balance on the lid of a grand piano set on a stage.  The theatre with its red velvet warm lighting, resembles an oversized music box. The camera turns around the dancer revealing the opposite side of the room: an empty and painfully bare theatre.

The ballerina appears as an eerie figure expressing effort, sacrifice and pain in her strive for perfection. Both fragile and cruel. Initially shy and hesitant, her steps become more and more emphatic, menacing and not exempt of violence, scraping and cutting into the delicate surface of the piano with her sharp pointe shoes.

Through this work, Javier Perez investigates and reflects once again upon the human condition. Using a strongly metaphorical language rich in powerful symbolism, he reveals the weaknesses that become the boundaries between seemingly irreconcilable concepts such as: beauty and cruelty, fragility and violence, culture and nature or life and death.

Watch the video performance.

November 13th 2012 12:21 AM  |  4 notes

Guess Who? Andrew Hales makes strangers guess who. Who?

November 11th 2012 1:25 AM  |  6 notes  |  Via


Awesome time lapse video of Kuala Lumpur. Crazy seeing all these parts of the city that I’ve been, street corners that I literally walked on. Check it out!

Mom, can I please come here? Just roam the streets and explore the city on my own.

October 11th 2012 9:31 PM  |  48 notes  |  Source


July 4th 2012 10:29 PM  |  342 notes  |  Source  |  Via



Gaga sings Happy “early” Birthday to a fan and receives gifts at the last show in Melbourne.

“You wanna get a tattoo for your 18th birthday? Of my signature? Something special.. Of my vagina? Yes, that’s fucking special I’ll tell you”

No Gaga, I want your giant cock tattooed on my forehead. 

June 30th 2012 11:18 PM  |  1,722 notes  |  Source  |  Via


Do you have two hours to spare? If so, check out this HD recording of nearly the entire Born This Way Ball in Sydney, Australia.




June 28th 2012 2:37 PM  |  556 notes  |  Via


Gaga performing “Princess Die” for the second time at last night’s show in Melbourne.

Writing or creating about yourself and for yourself can seem to be the most narcissistic thing an artist can do, but the heart is the most honest place, which is what makes Princess Die so beautiful and moving.