Dying Light Parkour POV

This Real-Life Parkour video places you in the POV of a runner and takes you on a frantic escape from zombies through the rooftops of Cambridge, UK. Inspired by the highly-anticipated action survival game, Dying Light, an action survival game presented in the first-person perspective.  The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world.

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CGI Breakdown Shows how Live Action Footage is Integrated

Compared to a decade ago, the movie theater landscape of has completely changed with the introduction of CGI...but how does it work exactly? The folks over at Ember Labs have provided a complete breakdown in an animated spot developed by team artists in full 4K resolution. This clip posted below shows exactly how these creators integrate live-action footage and insert their computer generated characters into each scene.

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Glass Sculptures of Ocean Waves by Ben Young

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Making his name at the front of Australia's glass art scene, Sydney-based artist Ben Young demonstrates his skill by crafting sculptures which depict running water trapped in motion. Using high-tech machinery, the artist hand-cuts glass sheets which are layered into translucent patterns which replicate the rippling of ocean waves.

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The Color Project Art Installation by Adrien Broom

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Inspired by his dreams, self-taught photographer Adrien Broom sets up colorful art installations to capture amazing scenes. On display in 2015 at the Hudson River Museum, Broom uses the entire spectrum of the rainbow to create his own dream-like portrait for the eyes . The piece is meant to invoke the perception of a young girl and the simple joys of color.

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Nikon Small World Contest Expands the World of Microscopic Art

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Behold a world of microscopic excellence with the 2014 Nikon Small World contest.  40 years running, the competition highlights the amazing world of photography taken under the microscope.  Winners are set to be announced October 30th and the competition has received over 1,200 entries from over 79 different countries around the world.

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