Mar 292016
 
Path Of A Lightsaber

For decades, the lightsaber has been one of the most popular science fiction weapons. It’s just so cool. The light, the humming. And the power! Christopher Sherwood traverses through all seven Star Wars films in this short film featuring the world famous laser sword called Path of a Lightsaber. 

 


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Mar 292016
 
If Social Media Was A Cable News Channel

Social media has changed the way we all consume media. It used to be the only way to get the news at any time was on the select few cable news channels. But now with the Internet and social media, you can get up to the minute news at any time. 

That got Cracked thinking. What would a cable news channel look like if the reporters and analysts were all famous social media websites, like Reddit, Tumblr, Facebook, and more?

 


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Mar 282016
 
Turning Anything Into Legos

One of the most famous toys in the world is Legos. Nearly every child, no matter the culture or nationality, grew up playing with Legos. What if you had the magic power to turn anything and everything into Legos? The special effects nerds at Corridor Digital bring the fantasy of endless Legos to life in this short film. 

 


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Mar 282016
 
How Lens Flares Became A Trend In Movies

In every generation, movies have a few styling notes that stick out. Back in the 1980’s it was that blue lightning special effect found in Back to the Future, Terminator, Star Wars, and so many more. For some reason, lens flares have become one of the most popular special effects tricks by directors of action and science fiction movies these days. Just watch any J. J. Abrams film.

Vox explains the history and how they started in this trending clip. 

 


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