Bookmarks for June 29th: Bullettime Tesla Coil, Robots of Brixton, Poetry Shopdropping, Minecraft Katamari

Bullet time Tesla Coil: „10 cameras + 1 Tesla coil = 70 megapixel bullet time lightning.“

Robots of Brixton on Vimeo: „The film follows the trials and tribulations of young robots surviving at the sharp end of inner city life, living the predictable existence of a populous hemmed in by poverty, disillusionment and mass unemployment. When the Police invade the one space which the robots can call their own, the fierce and strained relationship between the two sides explodes into an outbreak of violence echoing that of 1981.“

3-D ‘Motion Pictures’ From The Civil War : The Picture Show : NPR: „Here are some animated stereoviews from the Smithsonian's Photographic History Collection to show the images in 3-D by flickering the right and left sides of the views.“

Minecraft Katamari Damacy-Mod

LightScythe – The Mechatronics Guy: „The LightScythe is a device for writing text and images frozen in midair. The hardware information and software is open source and anyone can make it.“

A Journey Through The 1955 Disneyland Guidebook | Disney by Mark

Poetry Shopdropping With Agustina Woodgate for O, MIAMI: „We follow the artist sewing poetry tags into clothes at local thrift shops for monthlong poetry festival“

Paramount Cease and Desist Targets 3D Printer ‘Pirate’ | TorrentFreak

In violent video games, teens face (and fight) their demons: „Sixteen-year-old Evan Jones played his first violent videogames when he was 3. He slew demons in Diablo II, blasted Lovecraftian horrors in Quake and shot terrorists in Counter-Strike. If you buy conventional wisdom, by now Jones should be a tightly wound coil of aggression, ready to attack someone at the slightest provocation. Instead, he’s a pretty laid-back kid.“