Trip out with today’s Wednesday Watch called “Zerogon”. It’s about a dude-spider alien thing that…well…you really need to watch to the end.
Old becomes new in today’s Wednesday Watch called HENRi. This short film features an intelligent spaceship (played by Keir Dullea, known as 2001: A Space Odyssey’s Dr. David Bowman) decides that it should build itself a body, so it can feel more alive. Bonus appearance by Margot Kidder, of Superman fame.
Today’s Wednesday Watch focuses on a cyborg who travels in time to repair his ship. However, he has a bit of trouble finding the right materials, and has to be creative to get it done. Enjoy Time Trap, which is from director and VFX artist Michael Shanks.
I’ve always been pestered by a bit of wanderlust – that nagging desire for something new, something unseen. Today’s Wednesday Watch is called Wanderers – it’s a short view of some real places around our solar system, narrated by Carl Sagan, reading an excerpt from his own reading of his book ‘Pale Blue Dot: A VisionContinue reading “Wednesday Watch: Wanderers”
Today’s Wednesday Watch is a bit longer, but it’s really good. Edward’s dad has died, but the question has begged him to answer it for years – exactly what was it that landed on the farm, and how did his dad’s reaction to it change history forever?
If you make this fullscreen and really sink into it, the narrator could easily be talking about you or me, as well.
We tell people to ‘shoot for the moon’, but has anyone ever tried it? This poor astronaut has, and it doesn’t go well.
Weekend Links is a collection of links that I found over the course of the week. They make for great weekend reading, and come out every Friday, just in time for you to peruse them as you’re trying to find anything else other than work to do. I’ll Never Tire of Auroras From Space: TakeContinue reading “Weekend Links #3”
I’m a closet photography nerd, and I love to find examples of photographers doing cool stuff with images, including (probably especially) of things in the sky. Tilt-Shift is a photography trick that I really love, as it makes real-life things look like toy models. It’s fascinating when used on street scenes or things like that,Continue reading “Tilt-Shift Galaxies Look Like Toys”
Neil Armstrong passed away this weekend. I wasn’t alive when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon – in fact, I don’t even believe that my parents were married at that point in time. However, I’ve known Neil Armstrong’s name for as long as I can remember. He was the first man to walk on theContinue reading “Losing The Man On The Moon”