Jun 23 2014
Disney has developed a very cool system that allows non-expert users to create very realistic mechanical character animation. See the video for more!
Nov 18 2013
Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing Volvo trucks (that actually look nice - it is a truck commercial after all.) Never done before, JCVD says it's the most epic of splits... We'd have to agree!
Nov 11 2013
Gymkhana 6 features a super technical course that pushes Ken Block's skills to the limit! See more Gymkhana videos.
Oct 5 2013
Kayaker Ben Marr rockets down a concrete drainage ditch into Lions Bay, British Columbia (Canada) at 34mph/56kmph!
Oct 3 2013
Having been on one of these tubes, I can vouch for it being as fun as it really looks. These tubes actually got banned from being sold in most of Canada due to several fatal accidents.
Sep 12 2013
The driver in the white car is definitely one lucky person... take a look at how a massive boulder just misses the car by a few inches.
Sep 4 2013
LG's marketing does not cease to amaze! This time they made people believe that instead of watching TV, they were looking out of an office window - until the apocalypse started, that is... Enjoy!
Aug 28 2013
If he dreams it, Bob Burnquist is often willing to try it. When he brings his skateboarding talent, MegaRamp, helicopter, risk-taking personality and heaps of time and creativity together, what results seems like utter madness. It's actually just another chapter of experimentation and innovation in the world of Bob.
Aug 6 2013
Among the most influential skateboarders the industry has ever seen, Bob Burnquist is still innovating. In his new webisode series, Burnquist grants his fans exclusive access to his backyard in Southern California, better known as "Dreamland." Hence, "The Dreamland Series." Watching this seems like playing one of the Tony Hawk games. Enjoy!
Jul 26 2013
This building projection was put together to promote the new movie "The Tourist", starring Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp.
The Joule Hotel in downtown Dallas hosted a party with this 3D architectural mapping projection art show; it was projected on the Praetorian Building at 1607 Main Street. The size of the projection was 80' x 80'. All content was created by Jack Hattingh and Alan Demafiles from Monster Media 3D. Enjoy!