[WATCH&LISTEN] The video for the remix of David Bowie's "Love Is Lost" by James Murphy is absolutely amazing. A vast array of digital techniques are employed to express the emotion of the song.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Mathematics are everywhere! You must know that by now but if you ever need a quick reminder, "The Beauty of Mathematics" is here to help. The short video explains the mechanisms at work in different natural phenomenons.
[WATCH&LISTEN] This hula hoop show like no other sees the hoop moving around on its own at first before being handled by a dancer.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The video for 65daysofstatic's new track "PRISMS" was entirely made by an algorithm. Matt Pearson decided to prove wrong Alex Rutterford, the director of Autechre's "Gantz Graf", who said back in 2002 that a computer program could not make a music video on its own.
[WATCH&LISTEN] There isn't much happening in this video for Shit Robot's latest single "We Got A Love", some guy is walking around L.A.Normal stuff except for one thing: his entire skin is made out of space.
[WATCH&LISTEN] It may seem like you are just looking at some nice aerial views of an American suburb or of an intricate network of highways. Look closer and you will realize some parts of the video remain still, as if we were flying over gigantic photographs.
[WATCH&LISTEN] To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the cult fighting game, Capcom released last year a special "Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collection" set that included a 72-minute documentary about the game. The video is now available for free on YouTube.
[WATCH&LISTEN] To celebrate the launch of the new adizero F50 Messi, adidas created a video showcasing Messi's incredible talents with a clever use of technology.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Created using motion capture, these short videos show the movements of the human bodies becoming sculptural shapes.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The streets of Tokyo become the setting of a surprising ballet of geometric shapes made of light.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Simian Mobile Disco and Sacrifice take us on a journey through space and time in this new music video designed by Hans Lo.
[WATCH&LISTEN] As the digital tiles are slowly being flipped over, the abstraction lead to figuration and the face of Etta Bond singing the song is revealed.
[WATCH&LISTEN] A bizarre journey in a land far up North where faces are frozen in time and colors are melting on the white landscape. A visually stunning music video showcasing the great talent of Dvein.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Gangpol & Mit are back with a new video which showcases one more time their love for black humor.
[WATCH&LISTEN] We don't want to spoil for you this new video directed by Megaforce for Is Tropical but expect some very graphic content and amazing CGI.
[WATCH&LISTEN] This edition of Off Book tries to find out how Photoshop has profoundly modified our relationship to images.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Inspired by the work of Eadweard Muybridge, Harold Edgerton and Étienne-Jules Marey, forms is a celebration of movement. This ballet of abstract shapes are actually representations of athletes in motion.
[WATCH&LISTEN] A hacked Kinect camera captures Angus Andrew, Julian Gross and Aaron Hemphill. The three members of the band become a set of data slowly oscillating to "The Exact Color Of Doubt".
[WATCH&LISTEN] Obsessed with After Effects and Cinema 4D, Splash is an experiment Paulo Wang conducted to learn how to create fluids simulation with Real Flow.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Using the fly over option of Nokia's maps service, Here, Paul Wex recorded views from various cities across the globe, including New York, Toronto, Chicago or London.