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If you’re getting bored of the traditional time-lapse tour of a major city, this hyper-lapse run through Berlin should reinvigorate your passion for virtual tourism. Its frantic crash zooms and warped panoramic shots are the video equivalent of HDRI photography. Except, you know, not horribly unappealing to the eye.
Samsung loves a cryptic trailer. By far the most baffling one was the countdown clock for the Galaxy SIII trailer that said exactly nothing about the device. Unlike the SIII trailer though, Samsung’s 2012 Mobile Unpacked event teaser shows us the first quick grabs of what looks like the next Galaxy Note.
Perhaps it is because I’m used to see it in black and white, but it’s fascinating to see how incredibly modern Berlin looks in this colour film from 1936. It was a beautiful city. Except for the bloody Nazis.
The Gardens of the World in Marzahn Recreational Park in Berlin is home to various gardens that show off the world’s different cultures. This particular installation is the Christian Garden but really, it’s the Garden of Typography. The walls are, well, literally made with type.
I can only pray our future is this obnoxious. A media group in Berlin hacked together a sort of digital slingshot. Type in a message, aim at a building and fire. Your message splatters all over a facade. There’s video:
On November 9, 1989, thousands rushed through the ruins of the Berlin Wall, celebrating the unity of East and West. Twenty years later, millions across the world watched as 1000, 2.3m-tall dominoes fell marking the occasion.
German artist Tom Schmelzer is one troubling dude: His proposed interactive walkway, Out of Joint, is supposed to give you a physical feeling of turmoil to match the cataclysmic ups and downs of the global financial markets. So, thanks to avalanche-simulating hydraulics, instead of just feeling sick to your stomach, you will actually be sick to your stomach.
In 1894, when German Emperor Wilhelm II ordered the construction of the neoclassicist Berliner Dom, otherwise known as the Berlin Cathedral, he probably didn’t think it would turn out like this. Projected with the visual musings of graffiti artist Jaybo (specifically, Disney cartoon hands forming Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa), the Dom is always a spectacle…but not like this. Here’s the cathedral on any other day: