Commander Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut on board the International Space Station, cut this version of David Bowie’s classic, ‘Space Oddity’. Just brilliant!
Watch 10,000 iPhones falling neatly in patterns like a set of dominoes. For reals.
M4SONIC – pronounced M. Four. Sonic. – a 20 year-old EDM producer from Australia has dropped a new video: a live original using two Novation Launchpads in User 1 mode. The two MIDI controllers are playing original samples in a sequence to create the sound. The right hand controls most of the tuneful sounds whilst the left hand is responsible for keeping in time, playing a custom drum kit and various FX and vocal loops. What you witness is a guy performing live what takes weeks to do in studios with the type of precision required of a pianist, but on 128 keys instead of 88. Shit. Just. Got. Real. Watch M4SONIC’s ‘Virus’ video below:
Making a cup of tea is one of life’s little pleasures. The repertoire of actions becomes a calming ritual as you inhale and savour a good brew. Unless you’re Alan Rickman. His tea making skills are boss. And this super slow-mo video is at once compelling, ridiculous and inherently dramatic. The moral of the story? Don’t get between Rickman and his tea.
Moreing is the next trend in memes, fashion and art. Or, perhaps, the latest meta-campaign from Droga5, Sydney.
According to Australian news site news.com.au, phone giant Nokia has applied for a patent for a tattoo that would vibrate when your phone rang or you received a calendar alert.
The concept is to tattoo, stamp or spray the skin with “ferromagnetic” material and link it to a particular device. It doesn’t have to be a mobile, it could be a tablet, a games console or a laptop.
Read the full story here.
Set in a bizarre, 1960s inspired version of World War II, action-comedy series Danger 5 follows a team of five spies on a mission to kill Adolf Hitler. It’s Team America with a splash of Inglorious Basterds, and for Aussie viewers, it starts on SBS One from 27 February.