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UCLA’s Augmented Reality Sandbox

“Gary Glesener, director of UCLA’s Modeling and Educational Demonstrations Laboratory, gives us a tour of the lab’s Augmented Reality Sandbox. The video was produced by Sebastian Hernandez of the UCLA Broadcast Studio…”



“The O’Neill UNREASONABLE film festival continues with film no. 4 “Waveform” from award-winning artist Stefan Nadelman from Portland, USA. Immerse yourself in fast-paced surfing sequences full of action, color, and fluid motion that expose waveforms in a new light.”

via…Unreasonable Film Festival

Megavalanche: Brakes? Who needs em!?

“Amongst cyclists, Megavalanche is regarded as one of the most intense races on Earth. Billed as “a mountainbike downhill marathon-style event that mixes gravity-assisted excitement with enduro levels of fitness, guaranteed to test both nerve and physique,” the annual event takes place in the town of Alpe D’Huez in the French Alps with riders starting at the glaciated summit of the Pic Blanc before descending some 2,000 meters over the course of 30 km to the lush meadows of the valley bottom at Allemont — all in less than an hour’s time. This year, rider Jamie Nicoll — who ultimately finished in seventh place — captured some incredible footage thanks to an on-board, helmet-mounted cam. You can check out the first two minutes of the hectic race above as riders plow into one another right out of the gate.”


360 Degree Video: Swiss Fighter Jet

“The Patrouille Suisse aerial acrobatics team has wowed landlubbers from afar with its death-defying feats since its formation in 1964, but this video may allow us the closest glimpse we’ll ever get of flying one of those red-and-white planes ourselves. Shot in immersive 360-degree video and hosted on YouTube’s new video player, the four-and-a-half-minute sequence shows the breathtaking view from inside a jet fighter cockpit as the team practices formation maneuvers while winding with precision in between the mighty Swiss Alps. Also visible are the cockpit controls, with the stick and throttle movements controlled by the pilot in front. Make sure to enjoy this strangely calming video in all of its 4K high-def glory using a capable browser such as Google Chrome.”