KEN BLOCK TAKES HIS SUBARU OUT ON THE MOUNTAINS IN THE NEW DC SHOES MTN LAB 1.5 VIDEO
A Cybouz Labs developer speaks about the Firefox plug-ins he creates to help localize web content on a global scale.
Live performance in May 2008 at Bridwell Police station (Bristol - UK) for the closing event after the exhibition "We used to be painters".
Live painting + visual mapping by Joanie Lemercier.
Inspired by James Turrell
Music by Murcof.
Thanks to Cristina for filming the performance.
Only a handful of video crews have ever been inside the Corvette Paint Lab. GMnext takes you behind closed doors revealing the intricate process behind painting a car.
Christopher Lueck interviews Jef Johnson from the NY Clown Lab and one of his students Drew Valins. The discussion is about the lab process and what the students get out of it. This is Part 1 or 3. Part 1 and 2 are with Jeff and Drew.
This is the second part of the interview conducted by Christopher Lueck of The New York Downtown Clown Revue. Jef Johnson and Drew Valins continue to talk about the work done in the Jef Johnson Clown Lab held in New York City.
This is Part 3 of the Jef Johnson Series. Here we are able to get comments from the members of the Clown Lab after they demonstrated some of the techniques used by Jef Johnson in his lab work.
Ever think your pet stains were too tough to get rid of. Well try having a 50lb lab that is only a year old. This case study talks about the aroma therapy and how it changed Marcy life when she came home from work.
This month on video you will see trailers and sample clips of A Natalie Paige Bentley Film, 'City of Motherly Love' (www.comlmovie.com) the story of a mother's spiral into anger and self-destruction after the shooting death of her son. Multi-media, make-up artist, performance artist Damon Zex (www.Zexart.com), deriving much of his creative expressionism from German Expressionism and Surrealism (James Dinan, director; Tamara Mitchell, makeup). Dance music record company from Australia, Play Lab Records (www.playlabrecords.com), featuring new single release, 'Disco, Disco'. Kentucky born Country music recording artist on Aria records, Stephen Cochran (www.stephencochran.com). The Actor's Checklist now lets you check the latest musical artists song releases on Apple's iTunes, updated on an hourly basis, at: http://www.actorschecklist.com/resources/itunes.php
Highlights from the 'Radio Lab' the psychedelic audio mix of spoken word, poetry, plays, music and other sonic weirdness on KBOO-FM Portland, Oregon (1971-80). Distributed by Tubemogul.
Consumers want access to digital content anytime, anywhere, but it's going to take a unified commitment from Hollywood and the consumer electronics industry to make that happen.
To move this ambitious agenda along, David Wertheimer, director of the University of Southern California's Entertainment and Technology Center, established the Anytime, Anywhere Content Lab to bring innovators together.
The Lab showcase the latest digital equipment to members of content, technology and products industries, highlighting how content currently can and can't move across different platforms. To achieve total content transportability--the ability to reach consumers on any device in any location--cross-industry collaboration will be crucial, and the AACL will provide the forum.
Content transportability is perhaps the next great frontier in digital media. At the very least, it's a hot industry buzzword these days, and we've talked about it with a lot of people lately, including the CEO at Boxee, the creative director at MRM digital ad agency, Steve Abraham at IBM and Mitch Singer at Sony Pictures. We're hoping industry professionals take advantage of the opportunity to work together in an environment like the AACL.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
COO Duncan Perry tlls you all about the work of Treedia Labs
Golf Life Television features a detailed explanation of the design and production process at Fujikura Golf You will learn how the company designs and manufacturers golf shafts in their Carlsbad California Fujikura Design Lab For more Golf Instruction and information visit fujikuragolf com and make sure to find more video at golflifetv com
Jon Hammond for Alcatel-Lucent / Bell Labs: "On stage, on television or on the radio waves
everyday I feel lucky because I’m ALWAYS ON! Jon HammondMusician, television personality and radio broadcaster Jon Hammond boarded a Concorde in 1981 to travel from New York to Paris at supersonic speed, and he never slowed down.Jon travels the world, touring in Europe and Asia two or three times each year while broadcasting his “HammondCast” morning radio show seven days a week. At home in the United States, Jon splits his time between New York City and San Francisco and performs four to five concerts each month at local hospitals, nursing homes and prisons. His cable television program, “The Jon Hammond Show,” is in its 25th year and going strong.“In my business, it’s essential to be contactable 24/7. I couldn't organize as much as I do without being ALWAYS ON.” Inspired by the Beatles and fascinated by the radio (he built a crystal radio at the age of five), Jon knew he was destined to be a musician. Although that’s a departure from tradition - Jon’s father and grandfather were physicians - Jon carries on the family business in his own way by performing in some of the very hospitals where his father once practiced medicine.“I've seen people get out of their wheelchairs and dance more times than I can count, so I’m happy I can make a difference playing for those who are less fortunate than me.”Jon has not forgotten those who opened doors for him when he was first starting out in music and broadcasting, and now he uses his radio and cable television shows to do the same for deserving young talent.Like Jon, we at Alcatel-Lucent are passionate about connecting people through communications technology. In our Bell Labs locations around the world, we’re working on new and exciting innovations in next-generation broadband technology to ensure people like Jon can find even more creative ways to share music, moments and memories. *Link: http://www1.alcatel-lucent.com/theworldisalwayson/jon.html
The cast and crew take over the main building of Fermi Lab, hat could go wrong?
Lights Sabers Action: The Making Of Star Wars Forgotten Realm. The first feature length Star Wars fan film.
Read more about Star Wars Forgotten Realm the official web site: http://liquidquicheproductions.blogspot.com
Star Wars:Forgotten Realm is a set 7 years after the events of Revenge of the Sith. The Emperor has mandated the expansion of the Empire. The Rebellion is in it's infancy. Rebel spy Yari'el Loor has secured the plans to an Imperial invasion of an area of the galaxy known as the Proteus Cluster. She hires Jared Dunkin, a xeno-archaeologist, to deliver her to her contact on the planet Berrata Prime. The Empire forces the them to crash on an uncharted planet located in a nebula. A Jedi, Web Mallick, and detachment of clone troopers, stranded on the planet for 10 years, witness the crash and rescue Jared and Yari'el from Imperial troops. Once the Emperor learns of this, he sends Vader and the 501st to deal with the Jedi.Forgotten Realm is a 2 hour fan film that will air on FVTV in January of 2009. The cast and crew are very talented. We have a prop builder, two Productions Assistants, Director's Assistant, set designer, and costumer.The lead role of Yari'el Loor is played by Laura L. Crawford. Jim Kirkhoff plays archaeologist Jared Dunkin. Maxwell Monningh has taken on the role of Jedi Master Web Mallick. The young Princess Leia is played by Victoria L. Crawford.The 501st Legion has been instrumental is making this a reality. Darth Vader is played by Ted O'Sullivan. Numerous stormtroopers, TIE pilots, and officers have already been filmed.The script was written in 2005 and production began on January 2006. Production continues through 2007 and all of 2008 will be devoted to CG creation, rendering, compositing, and editing. Release is slated for January 2009.This film production is not associated with Lucasfilm, LTD.