The Rolling Stones “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” was remixed specifically for the film “21″ by Soulwax, brothers David and Stephen Dewaele, who have blazed a trail in the dance/electronica and pop universes. Love it.
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (2008 Soulwax Remix)
Levinator25, a Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 player, posted a video on YouTube showing a new feature of the game: the “Jesus Shot”.
As a response to a fan video Tiger Woods and EA Sports demonstrate that the “glitch” Levinator25 thought he found in the game, is not a glitch at all.
This is the absolute genius ad from EA Sports:
Here’s the original Jesus Shot video:
It is one thing for brands to actually use tools such as Twitter and Google alerts to see what is being said about their brand, however this is a prime example of tackling potential negative publicity and turning it into an opportunity of getting talked about in a positive way amongst the hard-core EA fans.
A visualization of the 2008 US movie box office revenues. each graph shows the trends in the top 25 movies at the box office for each weekend in a year. the color is based on the movie’s debut week so that long-running movies gradually start to stand out from newer movies with different colors.
According to Horn, who is interviewed on the official starwars.com blog, “I shot everything on my junkie DV camera, did motion-tracking and comping in After Effects, and basic sound design in Final Cut.”
The guys behind the mind-blowing photo-stitching software, Photosynth, are back with even more explosives for your brain. As part of SIGGRAPH 2008 the collaborative research team from the University of Washington and Microsoft Research showed off some changes and improvements that give Photosynth some even more stunning effects.
The new technologies move beyond the initial idea of stitching individual photographs together in a 3D environment, and can now actually manipulate color and tone within the photos.
It’s one of the those PC-only apps you’d really love to see on Mac.