Every Tech Video in One Video

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This hits close to home. Very funny.

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Revenge of the Beasts

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This short skateboarding film by Sebastian Linda is really well done.

The following cameras and lenses were used…

Phantom MIRO LC320
Red Epic
Lumix GH3
EOS 550 D
Tokina 11 – 16 2,8
Walimex Fish
Canon 28, 50, 85, 100

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This is Shanghai

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This is, simply put, a very cool video. Made by UK based time lapse photographer Rob Whitworth and urban-geographic explorer JT Singh, the piece is meant to promote travel and tourism in Shanghai.

This is Shanghai from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

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The History of Typography

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I never gave much thought to the names like Caslon, Bodoni, Didot and Gill, but this illustrated history of typeface styles, created by Ben Barrett-Forrest, made me look at them in a whole new way. Anybody that works regularly with typeface designs will get a kick out of this.

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Coca-Cola Happiness Truck

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A great corporate video. Simple idea. Relatively inexpensive. Excellent potential to go viral.

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Tired Meme – Fresh Take

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I know there are dozens (if not hundreds) of these out there, but this version made me laugh out loud a few times…

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What Makes a Video Go Viral?

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In this TED talk, YouTube’s Trend Manager Kevin Allocca gives his take on the common thread between all viral videos.

In my business, I have had many opportunities to engage in conversations about how to make videos go viral, and I think that Kevin’s analysis is correct. And ultimately, that means that you can’t really plan to make a viral video. I would suggest that anybody who tells you different is not being straight up with you.

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Corning (Once Again) Shows the Potential of Corporate Video

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“A Day Made of Glass 2″ is an impressive follow-up to Corning’s “A Day Mad of Glass.” Both of these videos are very successful at showing the public and Corning’s investors the potential uses for a variety of Corning glass products. Clearly, many of these applications are not practical and will most likely never be realized, but the viral nature of the videos helps the Corning brand and helps Corning’s customers realize the possibilities of their technologies.

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Zeitgeist 2011: Year in Review

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Thanks to the folks at Google for creating this way cool look back at 2011. One hell of a year…and not all good.

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Moscow Gets the Tilt-Shift & Timelapse Treatment

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Great use of tilt-shift and timelapse techniques in this video that makes Moscow look very vibrant and inviting…

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