This is What an Animation Looks Like if You 3D Print Each Frame.

3D animation is pretty normal, but taking every frame from your animation and making it tangible with a 3D printer is pretty different. That’s what the crew at Job, Joris & Marieke did with their latest animation “FREEZE!” Using all 100 frames from their looping CGI creation they’ve recreated an entire digital event in one frozen sculpture

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“Me & You”: A Love Story Told From Above the Bed

This new short film from London-based director Jack Tew has us looking down on a love story as it plays out in the bedroom. That’s where all the action happens anyway, right? The charming and realistic short was filmed entirely on a set, allowing for complete control of lighting. See the making-of video or head to meandyoufilm.com for more.

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Skaters Build a Railroad Riding Half-Pipe & Rowboat Ramp in the Latest Film From Zenga Bros.

You might recall the Zenga Bros. from their energy charged, nostalgia inducing film Ski Boys (and if you haven’t seen it yet, I’m envious). Now they’re back with a new short that’s equally enthralling. They worked with a load of skaters to create imaginatively artistic mobile skate ramps like you’ve never seen before. One is a railroad-traveling half-pipe with a conductors cabin on either end. Just roll it down the rails for a different view.

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This Miniature Food Will Make Your Mouth Water, Even Though It Could Never Satisfy Your Appetite

Cooking channels are a dime a dozen, but not many people could reproduce the magnificent feat of cooking real food, small enough for a Barbie doll to eat. Though it’s doubtful Barbie would even eat if she could, Miniature Space will have your mouth watering while your jaw is dropped, so you might want to have a napkin ready to catch the puddle of drool. With miniature kitchen appliances, pots, knives, utensils, and food, Miniature Space uses tea lights in their iron stove to heat up tiny cast iron pans or kettles.

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Pee Wee Herman is Coming Back in a New Movie Produced by Netflix!

If you grew up in 1980s America, there’s a good chance you saw an episode or two (or forty five) of the wild TV show, Pee Wee’s Playhouse. Hosted by actor Paul Reubens, (aka “Pee Wee Herman”) there were a myriad of bizarre friends and guests who would visit his funky playhouse. There was Chairry the talking armchair, Jambi the genie, and a bohemian animal jazz band just to name a few. Now it has been officially announced that Netflix will be releasing a new movie with Pee Wee called “Pee Wee’s Big Holiday.”

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Laser Cut Sculptures In Motion Show The Endless Fun That Playing With Them Brings

Stanford professor John Edmark has turned his brilliant mathematical sculptures into stop motion films to show their playful movements. A lecturer in the design program of the Department of Art & Art History, Edmark’s laser-cut sculptures are as fascinating to play with as they are to look at. Intricate details bring these thoughtful illusions to life and the videos below will make you wish you had one of your own to tinker with.

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A Wild Tour of Dubai, From Top to Bottom

Between its super-tall skyline, vast deserts, artificial palm-shaped islands, and its impressive wealth, Dubai is a place of extremes. It’s no surprise then, that award-winning filmmaker Rob Whitworth needed 3 months to explore, research and film the city and its surrounding lands for his latest video Dubai Flow Motion. It was time well spent.

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A 3.5-Minute Music Video Shot in Just 5 Seconds (Using a High Speed Camera)

French filmmaker Guillaume Panariello claims he’s made the “shortest shoot ever” and that might just be true. Using just 5 seconds of actual time, he’s created a 3.5-minute video which packs in a ton zany action – from a fishing eskimo and boozing cupid, to WWII soldiers shooting confetti.

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A Heart On A String On A Quad-Copter Is The Sweetest Remote Controlled Valentine

Cory Williams, AKA the world’s first professional YouTuber, knows how to make a girl smile and he has the video footage to prove it! Tying a heart to a string to a quad-copter, he played cupid from afar. He flew the mobile valentine over the snowy, beautiful Alaskan town where he and his girlfriend Kristen live, catching her eye on her drive home. The view from the camera catches the playful chase and big grin, as well as the cold, peaceful, scenery from above. Williams says, “The idea for this was to remind us that our hearts will always lead us to each other.”

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NASA Filmed the Sun For 5 Years And Squeezed It Down Into This 3 Minute Time-lapse

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of their Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) yesterday,NASA released this comprehensive time-lapse of our amazing sun. Although it spans 5 years of footage, with one frame captured every 8 hours, they condensed the spinning star dance into 3 minutes. According to NASA, “The different colors represent the various wavelengths (sometimes blended, sometimes alone) in which SDO observes the sun.” And the best part about this video is that you can stare at the sun, at a range you could never see it in real life, without even damaging your vision!

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