Watch Four Street Artists Cover An Entire Warehouse In This Time-Lapse Ad.
A time-lapse video for Ironlak shows off the product in the best possible (and legal) light.
"People can do a lot more than they actually think. It just takes stepping out there." —Josh Greenwood, is a professional slackliner. He says that the secret to success is confidence and trust in his abilities, both the result of extensive training. Anything less will result in failure.
Watch him walk the slackline. He’s mesmerizing.
Spin a new app out Monday provides a virtual space where friends and family can interact without the tongue-tied pressure of traditional video chats.
"It’s almost liberating to have just six seconds to tell the story. You have to be very innovative about the approach you want to take."
NowThis News has hired Cody Johns, who will report exclusively through six-second Vine videos.
"The problem lies not in the attacking nature of the video, but in the fact that it simply wasn’t funny—the tech equivalent of watching your uncle twerking at a family wedding."
Microsoft pulled a series of Apple parody videos after a few hours due to backlash
This video explains why music makes you happy.
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In a new ad, Jell-O wants to prove it’s still fun.
“Teleportation would be cool, certainly.”
The founders of YouTube have released a new video app called MixBit. On first glance, it might seem MixBit is in direct competition with Vine or Instagram Video, but if it’s actually very different.
Instead of merely being able to share, view, and comment on videos from the stream or from people you follow on the service, MixBit allows you to add to and remix content uploaded by other users or yourself. Remixed videos can be up to an hour long.
Stephen commandeers Bryan Cranston…
Yeah… Just a little mid-day pick me up.
The Curiosity rover has been on Mars for almost a year. This time-lapse video shows what, exactly, it’s been up to. Here’s more.
Have you seen this video? Karen X. Cheng taught herself to dance in one year, and filmed herself at various different points in her learning experience. The video quickly went viral, and Cheng shared some advice with us on how to make your videos go viral, too.
"First, I posted to Facebook/Twitter, and submitted it to social news sites like Reddit and Hacker News. I personally asked many of my friends to share it. I tweeted it at well-known dancers. I emailed bloggers who had covered other viral dance videos.
Of all the things I tried, Reddit paid off. It got to the top of the GetMotivated subreddit. I did this by following the advice in this article.”
Twitter video producer Ian Padgham recently shared some of his techniques for making six-second stop-motion Vines that you’ll watch over and over (and not just because of the looping function).