H&M aims to collect tons of unwanted or worn out clothing items across its over 3, 600 worldwide stores. To raise awareness, an exclusive M.I.A. music video debuted on hm.com. The video highlights the environmental impact of clothes going to landfills around the world.
A new approach for real-time facial reenactment animates the facial expressions of a target video by a source actor and re-renders the manipulated output video in a photo-realistic fashion.
TOWER was recently recognized at SXSW 2016 for its compelling feature of combining animation and archival footage.
The United States has a well-known problem with physical activity, with the CDC reporting that 80% of Americans fail to meet its guidelines for adequate exercise. What if virtual reality could help solve that problem?
The 35-millimeter 1971 film is now 4K TV ready
After overwhelming reaction to the joke video Snoop made in which he narrated some nature footage, hes made his own nature show.
How did the estimated 65 million members of Generation X become characterized as cynics, loners and slackers?
Spring Broke points its lens at the 50 year-long marketing apparatus of spring break in Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale, and the businesses rivaling for the coveted 18-24 demographic.
The buzz about virtual reality is all about cool new experiences. But WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler says the Oculus Rift, the first totally immersive VR system to arrive in living rooms, is also pricey, awkward and isolating.
Filmscalpel’s insightful video essay breaks down the visual overlap of classic Indiana Jones iconography in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Kim Libreri, CTO of Unreal Engine developer Epic Games, thinks virtual reality looks spectacular. Its next leap forward, he thinks, is an embrace of artificial intelligence
Visible Measures’ new Viral Video Chart shows Samsung holding the lead with 28.67 million views for the introduction of their S7 and S7 edge tablets
In the age of digital, vinyl records are a genuine dinosaur of an audio format, supplanted not only by CDs but by MP3s and streaming services
Drawing on insights gathered from our Field Agents, “Pulp Lab Presents” allows viewers to infiltrate niche trends they might not otherwise have the chance to experience.
Geeks, once derided on school playgrounds the world over, now rule the planet, driving technological progress and directly impacting our culture and the fabric of our lives like never before