People like to see rainbows, but no one has ever looked into a one. However, this dude thought to do the job and the results are hypnotizing.
There is a myth about Nokia phones being indestructible like Thor’s hammer. Here we have a Nokia phone getting crushed by hammer and still working.
There is a machine that makes your desired cocktail with grace. Someone, please tell me where can I order because I badly want one right now.
Just imagine having a German technology commode like this one. You don’t need to flip the seat up nor you need to manually clean it.
These Hp laptops are switching on for the first time and they are installing windows 10 giving updates of their activities. They make a fine crowd.
People accustomed of using high technology might be familiar to modern technological gadget like a quad copter drone, but this African lady is not. She’s scared to death.
Tracking Ida is an educational alternate reality game (ARG) inspired by the pioneering investigative journalism of Ida B. Wells in the 1890s. Players uncover Ida B. Wells’ crusade against lynching and use her strategies to investigate police and vigilante killings today.
Along the way, they solve puzzles, decode messages through a phonograph, role-play as investigative journalists, interview members of their community, and harness social media to spread awareness.
IndieCade 2017 – Impact Award Winner
The Impact Award - This award honors games which tackle, or offer a method for discussing, social issues in a whole new way. This may be in the form of serious games and advocacy or something more abstract: an invitation to understand, empathize, and do better by one another. Impact Award games take us out of our comfort zones and confront us directly on inequality, buried histories, and social progress yet to be done.
This panel brings together a mix of companies and executives from the film and games industries to share ideas about relationship between games and the film industry and how to create new business opportunities at the intersection of these two exciting media industries.
Josh Brooks, SVP, Brand Strategy & Marketing, Jam City
Geremie Camara, Vice President, Sony Pictures Television Networks Games
Franco De Cesare, Director of Global Console & Online Gaming, Facebook
Stan Kwon, Vice President, PSB Research
Matt McMahon, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Seriously
MODERATOR: Ned Sherman, Counsel/Director, Manatt Digital; Founder, Digital Media Wire
Thanks to modern technological advancement some hard jobs like removing rust from metals has become a very easy, safe and hassle-free. Watch how it is done.
Thanks to technology our lives have got better. Previously collecting hay and stacking was very tiresome and messy, but see now how quickly it’s done.
Japan has not left behind the unfortunates with the advancement of technology. This special escalator was built especially wheelchair friendly.
This technology is the reason behind Japan's advanced roads. They don’t build it; they just simply print the whole damn long road.
This is the modern technology which removes tattoos from human skin. A painless technique that spills no blood, hassle-free and cool.
If someone had told me that, I would have laughed and would not give a damn about the song request but Google knew what they meant.
Watch this African lady reacting to the latest technology of flying drones. She probably thought it is going to hurt her. Watch her reactions carefully, You will die out of laughing.
When sneaking into the home becomes a nightmare!
This kid has discovered a cool trick that one can perform with his gaming mouse. You need to free your scroll wheel and you are ready to roll the music.
This video shows you How to Make Grapefruit Pineapple Apple Juice Greenis Blender