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full colour LED bicycle inner spokes

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Brilliant Mary Poppins mashup

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[PROTOTYPE] – Using Facebook Connect to create a personalised video trailer

New console game [PROTOTYPE] uses your Facebook details to generate a unique, personalised video game trailer staring you. It takes your name and photos that have been tagged as you in Facebook and intergrates them into the trailer experience. Go experience your very own trailer now.

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In Bb 2.0 – collaborative music/spoken word project

In Bb 2.0 is a collaborative music and spoken word project conceived by Darren Solomon from Science for Girls.

The videos can be played simultaneously — the soundtracks will work together, and the mix can be adjusted with the individual volume sliders.

Videos have been selected from many awesome submissions from many awesome people.

www.inbflat.net/#“>Check it out here.

via Matt Longstaff

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BBC and Google in talks to launch international iPlayer site

The BBC & Google are in talks to provide free BBC content (with International Rights clearance) to be available on YouTube.

Think BBC content such as David Attenborough and not Dr. Who for now…

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The Bloody Apprentice – brilliant video mashup

Genius re-edit from CassetteBoy

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Be a F@#king Person

Alot of brands could learn from this.

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Aaron Koblin – Radiohead – House Of Cards

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What kind of snowflake are you?

For the winter season 2008-9, Tinker.it! decided to put its office window to good use and build an interactive display. Based on an original concept by John Nussey, Jon Hewitt & Andras Szalai, we decided to build an RFID-enabled snowflake generator.

Placed in our London office, alongside a busy corridor, passer-bys are invited to use their Oystercard to discover what kind of snowflake they are. As they move past the windows, the snowfall in the background is gently swayed by their movement, and the last person’s snowflake is in the foreground.

The SprintCam showreel

1000fps – 2500fps

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