Many of you are probably familiar with HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, a process that takes over and under exposed photographs and merges them into a single image with a high dynamic range of light and color. Well, Soviet Montage has created the same effect on video using two Canon 5D Mark II’s, one over exposed and one under exposed. There was no doubt some heavy post processing involved, but the final result looks pretty cool. Check it out for yourself here.
By now, all you nerds know that Crysis 2 drops March 22nd of 2011 (here in the US). But you might not have seen this sweet trailer of multiplayer gameplay.
Despite the fact that Darth Vaders gloves should prevent the iPhone 4 antenna issue from being a problem, this is still a pretty funny video.
Aaron posts useful hacks, technical expertise, and drops knowledge on a semi-weekly basis? Me? I post YouTube videos.
Well not normally, but I’m making an exception. A video producer friend of mine has a buddy that makes music using only his mouth, voice, and water glasses. His song choice wouldn’t be my first option, but he nails it.
Check out his YouTube channel if you like it.
For those of you who don’t believe that this works or don’t care to try it for yourself, here’s a video of an iPad 3G Micro SIM card being used in my stock iPhone 3G running iPhone OS 3.1.3.
You can of course try this yourself by following the instructions outlined in my previous post.