Posts Tagged as: found-online

October 8, 2013

Great Parallax Website

This Danny Brown story by Complex Magazine is really well done.

This feels like the forefront of online publishing to me. My spidey-sense tells me that if it looks amazing and is very difficult to build, you’re doing it right; very similar to how painstaking it was to lay out a magazine in the 1950s.

A Few Good Celebrity Impressions

This guy’s Arnold Schwarzenegger is impeccable.

And this guy does a phenomenal Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, and more.

Via Reddit

October 3, 2013

Cool Interactive Cloth Simulation

All done with basic web technologies. Very cool.

See the Pen Tear-able Cloth by suffick (@stuffit) on CodePen

Via The Loop

September 26, 2013

Cookie Clicker Calculator

One of the most annoying parts of the new game Cookie Clicker is the waiting. So I made a little tool to help make it more bearable. If you’re a Cookie Clicker junkie I hope you enjoy this.

Change the values below:

September 20, 2013

How to Start Up a Boeing 737

Piece of cake!

Check out more pilot videos at golfcharlie232′s YouTube Page.

Nuclear Reactor Starting Up

I have no idea what’s going on here, but it’s awesome.

September 19, 2013

Celebrity Faces in Peripheral Vision Look Weird

This is apparently a well documented phenomenon, but when you see a series of faces in rapid succession in your peripheral vision, they look grotesque and distorted.

To see this effect, click through these images (or use your keyboard’s left/right keys) and keep your eyes on the gray cross in the center. Crazy.

It’s amazing how much they look like cartoon caricatures. My guess is that caricature artists have learned how to amplify this natural effect in their drawings. Pretty cool stuff.

Source: This GIF

September 18, 2013

GoPro Camera Mounted to an Eagle

This is simultaneously beautiful, amazing, and hilarious.

There’s something about seeing its head move as it looks around… it just kills me.

September 16, 2013

Your Favorite Saturday Night Live Cast

Interesting observation from SNL’s creator and long-time producer, Lorne Michaels. It definitely rings true for me, and I’m impressed with how well he knows his audience.

People attach to the cast they see in high school. In those years they generally can’t drive. They don’t have any money. Staying up late is exciting. Being with friends up late is really exciting. So they’re very connected to the cast they see then.

Via Gothamist

September 12, 2013

Gears Found in Nature

A few weeks ago I posted about mechanical movements. Well it turns out for the first time, scientists have found one of those motions in nature.

This article is a fascinating read, and speaks to the wonder and power of evolution.