A cyberpunk short with a warning for us all by Mads Broni and Salla Lehmus.
A dystopian future, isolation, technology versus humanity and so forth.
You know the score.
After a brief plug for the other Top Gear, The Slomo Guys, Gav and Dan put their high speed 4k camera to use, filming the impacts of a 4 tonne wrecking ball at 1000 frames per second.
The action starts around 1:20 and the impacts are pleasing to behold.
Dublin Cycling Campaign tweetz:
A couple of weeks ago we asked people about how the new Luas tracks have affected the safety of cycling in Dublin City centre. These are the results.
MORE: Luas Tracks And Cycle Injuries (Dublin Cycling) (warning: gruesome)
A short by FX Goby based on the short story by Jack London. To wit:
In the harshness of midwinter, a trapper is crossing the Yukon with his dog. Struggling to survive, he attempts to build a simple fire.
3:1 ration so best in full screen.
A nifty montage of characters dancing across the screen in the movies of 2017 assembled by video editor Jacob T Swinney.
A sobering demonstration by the US National Institute Of Standards and Technology.
Widely known but worth repeating.
Behold: the Bugatti Type 55 Roadster – possibly the most advanced car on the planet. In 1931.
Based on the Type 45 and Type 47 Grand Prix race cars, it had a straight 8 supercharged engine and (previously unheard-of) alloy wheels.
This beautifully restored vehicle was the first T55 ever made which explains the cost.
A mere €3.4+ million.