A compilation of some of the best moments from Battle of the Year from 1991-2004. By the way, none of this footage has been sped up! For more info please visit New York, NY - Landmark Sunshine theatre
3/28-4/10 San Francisco, CA - Landmark Lumiere theatre
3/28-4/10 Berkeley, CA - Landmark Shattuck theatre
3/28-4/10 Los Angeles. CA - ImaginAsian Center
3/28-4/10 Irvine, CA - Edwards University Town Center 6
3/28-4/10 Pasadena, CA - Laemmle's One Colorado
3/28-4/10 San Diego, CA - Landmark Ken Cinema
3/28-4/10 Washington, DC - Landmark E Street Theatre
4/04-4/10 Boston, MA - Landmark Kendall Square
4/04-4/10 Chicago, IL - Landmark Century Centre Cinema
4/04-4/10 Austin, TX - Landmark Dobie theatre
4/04-4/10 Phoenix, AZ - Karkins Valley Art theatre
4/11-4/17 Denver, CO - Landmark Mayan Theatre
4/11-4/17 Miami, FL - Regal South Beach Cinema 18
4/11-4/17 Minneapolis, MN - Landmark Lagoon theatre
4/11-4/17 Brooklyn, NY - BAM
4/18-4/24 Philadelphia, PA - Landmark Ritz The Bourse theatre
4/18-4/24 Portland, OR - Regal Fox Tower Stadium 10
4/25-5/01 Atlanta, GA - Landmark Midtown Art
4/25-5/01 Baltimore, MD - The Charles Theatre
4/25-5/01 Detroit, MI - Landmark Main Art theatre
4/25-5/01 Seattle, WA - Landmark Varsity theatre
5/02-5/08 St. Louis, MO - Landmark Tivoli
This is a fairly good view following the final stages of the lunar eclipse over Iowa, sped up 10 times.
This is a video of my personal best time on the Expert level of minesweeper. \n\n
At the time I played this game (2002) I was the 7th known person in the world to get a sub-50 time. The world record back then was 41 seconds by a guy named Lasse Nyholm from Denmark.
At present the generally accepted world record is 38 seconds by Dion Tiu of Australia.
My best times on all three levels are 1 (beginner), 12 (intermediate) and this 47 (expert).
This game had a very nice board layout. If you can follow what I'm doing you'll see that I didn't have to guess once (a rare occurrence in an expert game). You'll also see that I corrected a mistake at around 34 seconds into the game. And in case you're wondering why the popup box at the end stays on-screen for so long... It's because I was literally jumping around the room for getting a 47 :)
I know there are going to be people who say I sped up the video or used a bot or something like that. To those people I would suggest visiting *******www.minesweeper.info or *******www.planet-minesweeper****. You'll find tons of videos there showing what's possible on minesweeper. I can understand how someone wouldn't believe these speeds are possible. I vividly remember getting a 91 on expert and being convinced I was the fastest in the world. I was shocked to find out the world record at the time was 51 seconds.
Anyway, hope you enjoyed it.
A video to explain this should be up soon.
This is not a trick or sped up, it's science.
Ever wonder what your steering wheel sees when you're driving? This video was made using a special mount on the wheel for my camcorder. It is sped up 200x the original speed.
A time-lapse video of a sunrise over the Sandia mountains in New Mexico. The sound track is taken from the video before it was sped up.
Indian Corn Soup
You heard the audio podcast with Terry Jones, making traditional Indian Corn Soup on ReMARKable Palate #93. Here's the video of the entire process, sped up just a little! If you're interested in having a Corn Soup Party and screening of your own, contact Terry at cornsoupmanyahoo****, or at www.tornjersey****.
Sped up video of my wife Cooking Salmon
Sped up video of a Pizza cooking in the oven
Artist Merrill Kazanjian breaks down the process of drawing from a photograph and simplifies it in to three steps. A time lapse demonstration is done at the end. Kazanjian's videotaped himself drawing a pencil portrait over the course of an hour. Kazanjian narrates as the hour-long drawing is sped up in to three fact filled minutes. It is a great video to see if you want to impove your portrait drawing skills. This video covers, contour drawing, drawing from observation, crosshatching, tones, breaking drawings in to shapes to simplify the drawing process and drawing the features of the human face. It is an instructional, traditional drawing, video. For more drawing tips from Merrill Kazanjian or to see his art, contact him through his website; merrillk**** (more)
Directions to The Dragon's Lair, leading from Atzel's Fortress, no climbing skill required. Movie is sped up to 200%. This is in the game Age of Conan. (People seem to get lost a lot on their way.)
This video is a time lapse drawing/painting of former Vice President Al Gore. I will attempt to make "Mr. Global Warming" look lik This video is a time lapse drawing/painting of former Vice President Al Gore. I will attempt to make "Mr. Global Warming" look like a "hottie". Stage 1 is a pencil drawing. In Stage 2 I scan the drawing adjust the mid tones digitally and then reprint it. Stage 3 I do an underpainting with markers (both paint and illustration markers) Stage 4- I build up layers of opaque and quick drying acrylic paint. In stage 5, I do the detail work (such as drawing hair and the subtleties of the eyes) I use a colored pencil and paint markers again. This video will show the viewer contemporary painting techniques. I was trained as an oil painter, but oil painting takes a long time to dry.....and who has time in the twenty first century? This is the third in a series of videos on portraiture. The portraiture in non traditionall in this one, but the final product is close to what could be accomplished with oil paint. At the very end of the video Al Gore is animated....saying his favorite two words (or least favorite) "global warming".
The hour-long drawing is sped up in to seven fact filled minutes. It is a great video to see if you want to impove your portrait drawing skills. This video covers, contour drawing, drawing from observation, mass drawing, midtones, halftones, tone, chroma, the elements of art, painting techniques, transparent or transparancies (with the illustration markers in place of glazing), crosshatching, tones, breaking drawings in to shapes to simplify the drawing process and drawing the features of the human face. It is an instructional, traditional drawing, video. For more drawing tips from Merrill Kazanjian or to see his art, contact him through his website; merrillk****