Presumably using GPS location data, Augmented Reality Cinema is an upcoming smartphone app that allows a user to watch the scenes from a movie that were shot at their current location. And, God willing, get hit by a bus in the process. Because if there's one thing the world needs it's more tourists stopping dead in their tracks to watch a f***ing movie clip on their phone. Oh look, now they're taking a picture of grass.
This is a worthwhile gallery of sci-fi movie scenes recreated with minimal LEGO pieces as part of the "Mi-Fi" contest run by The Living Brick. As you can see, everybody did a really amazing job. Me? I do a f***ing terrible job, which is why I've been fired eight times in the... / Continue →
Lights -- camera -- plastic!
This is series of photographs by 21-year old artist Alex Eylar who faithfully recreated scenes from 15 different movies using LEGO blocks and minifigs. Which movies? I'm not gonna tell you. Just kidding: Harry Potter, The Shining, James Bond, Th... / Continue →
Trevor Prideaux doesn't have a left forearm but does have a smartphone. Now? Now he has a prosthetic forearm with a smartphone inside. Good lookin', Trevor, we're actually pretty similar today (I have a Nokia in my ass I'm gonna try to sneak to a friend in the clink).
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