Oh you will never hear me on the air, that would take me away from my computer and coding. They keep a tight leash around us tech guys, it's too dangerous to let us out in the wild with real people.
I am Stefan, I am the guy behind the scenes that makes sure these sites are showing you the correct information, sending you to the correct pages and contest. I'm a giant ninja, stealthily coding and fixing things. I'm also an avid video game and technology geek and never afraid to let my geek flag fly. I have an extensive knowledge of video games and nerdly things. I have a wonderful wife who understands my obsession with gaming and encourages it. Don't be afraid to ask me about video games, technology, or even horrible life advice. I'll be happy to give all 3!
Fitting, almost 5 years to the date, DICE and EA released Mirror's Edge. This game was understated and such a sleeper hit that it's cult following is eagerly waiting for the sequal that is supposed to be on the next generation of video game console.
To get a feel about what the game was about here is a short trailer.
Now, here is what someone went and did on their own, with a gopro camera and the skillset that many of us wish we had but wouldn't know where to start to posses.
Before you come find me with pitchforks and claim blasphemy, hear me out. This deleted scene has popped up, and now has replaced what happened to Jar Jar Binks in the movie. You know, the worst character ever to be in a Star Wars movie ever?
Here it is in all of it's glory. Say goodbye to the character that single handledly set the tone of failure for episodes I, II and III.
Sure, I have no idea what it is used for practically. BUT, the fact of the matter is this: I want one.
This is beyond cool. When I buy a new monitor I will be sure to do this with my old one. The ultimate in privacy!
Because that is the first thing you can think of when you have to cover a trial you can't show video from.
An oldie but goodie from the internet for sure.
So I stumbled across an older video, with not too many views on the web. However, it really deserves a look. This is what happens when you're in a smaller market, and the weatherman has to go to the bathroom.
So we all love our favorite Canadian astronaut, Colonel Chris Hadfield. A while back I posted the video of him doing Space Oddity by Bowie from the International Space Station and even recently he did a question and answer from the ISS as well.
However, his son is a great cinematographer and director. He was the one who directed and edited all of the Colonel's videos.
This is his latest offering. This video was what Col. Hadfield asked of his son, an video for his book launch, without just being an in your face over the top bombardment of buzz words and advertisement.
The results? Amazing.
Yes we should.
What do you think?
A father made an all LED suit for his child. And the results are actually really funny. Little tiny stick person!