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"15th Anniversary of Gran Turismo" by Ferino Design

3 months after a hard work, made by one person only in Gran Turismo 5, more than 50 cars, absolutely all the tracks (more then 35) in one video.

I used only own game footage, captured personally in GT5.

Let’s Celebrate, in honor of the 15th anniversary of Gran Turismo! #15YearsofGT #GT6isComing

(jbhips)

Created by Ferino Design:
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Drama Geek: Superhero Depression

Being a superhero isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Music by Matthew McMurry - matthewmcmurry.bandcamp.com
Sound by Mauricio Balvanera - mauriciobalvanera.com

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Could We Stop An Asteroid? (feat. Bill Nye)

Could we stop an asteroid on a collision course for Earth?

Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).

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The Planetary Society: http://planetary.org

Fangirls: Fangirl Meeting (Animation)

The fangirl meeting is hit with difficult news. Can they overcome?

Script, animation and voices by Leigh Lahav
Backgrounds by Tom Trager

Hollywood’s History of Faking It: The Evolution of Greenscreen Compositing

Go inside the history of the travelling mattes (now called chromakey) and learn the history of visual trickery used by filmmakers from the earliest filmmakers through to the modern day.

This is part of Filmmaker IQ Course: History and Techniques of Modern Chromakey
filmmakeriq.com/courses/history-and-techniques-of-modern-chromakey/

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NASA/IBEX Provides First View of the Solar System’s Tail

NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer, or IBEX, recently mapped the boundaries of the solar system’s tail, called the heliotail.

By combining observations from the first three years of IBEX imagery, scientists have mapped out a tail that shows a combination of fast and slow moving particles.

The entire structure twisted, because it experiences the pushing and pulling of magnetic fields outside the solar system.

How Does a Transistor Work?

How does a transistor work? Our lives depend on this device.

After the transistor was invented in 1947 one of the first available consumer technologies it was applied to was radios, so they could be made portable and higher quality. Hence the line in ‘Brown-eyed Girl’ - “going down to the old mine with a transistor radio.”

But more important to our lives today, the transistor made possible the microcomputer revolution, and hence the Internet, and also TVs, mobile phones, fancy washing machines, dishwashers, calculators, satellites, projectors etc. etc.

A transistor is based on semiconductor material, usually silicon, which is ‘doped’ with impurities to carefully change its electrical properties. These n and p-type semiconductors are then put together in different configurations to achieve a desired electrical result. And in the case of the transistor, this is to make a tiny electrical switch. These switches are then connected together to perform computations, store information, and basically make everything electrical work intelligently.

Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Decisions

8-bit Cinema: G.I. Joe Retaliation

CineFix presents G.I. Joe: Retaliation retold via old-school 8-bit (& a little 16-bit :) game tech. No quarters or controllers required!

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action!

Today we present G.I. Joe: Retaliation in the form of an 8 bit video game!

Summary: The G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal enemy Cobra; they are forced to contend with threats from within the government that jeopardize their very existence.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation in Blu-ray and DVD (pre-order).

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