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05 Dec 17:17

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03 Dec 02:56

10 Latin Phrases People Pretend to Understand

by the mag

Whether you're deciphering a cryptic state seal or trying to impress your Catholic in-laws, knowing some Latin has its advantages.

28 Nov 01:39

Doritos Dance Tutorial (A Doritos Crash The Superbowl 2014 Entry) [Video]

by Niel

doritos dance

I laughed, I cried and I lost 5 pounds. Amazing!

Doritos Dance Tutorial (A Doritos Crash The Superbowl 2014 Entry) [Video] is a post from: The Inquisitr News

30 Jun 04:57


02 Jul 15:00

Bullet time with a ceiling fan

by Brian Benchoff

freaking awesome

Bullet time has been around since at least the first Matrix movie (actually there was a Gap ad before that), and despite it being an oft-used cinematic technique, it still hasn’t gotten old. [Jeremiah] wanted to tap into the awesomeness of bullet time, and managed to come up with a great camera rig using only a GoPro and a ceiling fan.

The build really relies on only two components: a GoPro camera and a ceiling fan. In [Jeremiah]‘s videos, a ceiling fan is mounted between two trees on a sturdy piece of lumber. The GoPro is suspended from one of the fan blades with the help of a piece of wood, a hinge, and a short bit of cable. After [Jeremiah] wired up the fan to a dimmer switch he could control the speed of the fan and Bob’s your uncle.

This isn’t the first time a GoPro has been used for a bullet time rig. In fact, our buddy [Caleb] did a similar build by spinning the camera around on a lazy suzan. Gotta love the high frame rate available on the GoPro, huh?

Vidias after the break.

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