Posts filed under ‘videos’
Last week we were able to Get on the Green Screen!
Here’s the video we made in our first program of the summer. Thanks, Mr. Zuber, for helping us out!
For behind-the-scenes photos, click here!
What would you do if you wanted a horse, and you parents said no way? When told by her parents that a horse was not an option, Regina Mayer taught the family cow, Luna, to ride and to jump like a horse. Check out the video below…it makes me think about the cow racing game on Wii!
Oh, the Interwebs are smiling upon me! I thought that I had peaked for the day when I discovered that National Geographic recreated the flying house from Up. BUT THEN, I found Empty School by Ben Meyers. Ben is a music student who not only turned an abandoned school into his recording studio, but also as his instrument. Enjoy!
How Hard Can It Be? is a new series on the National Geographic Channel, where people try to figure out how hard it would be to accomplish certain feats. The latest challenge was to see if they could get a house to fly in the air with balloons similar to what the main character did in Up.
The crew was able to get their house to fly with the assistance of 300 helium balloons. The balloon were 8′ high, and it took an entire helium tank to fill a single balloon! Once it was up in the air, the house flew for over an hour and went at least 10 stories up into the sky!
Check out the video below showing the project and click here to see photos of their challenge.
I was finishing Christmas shopping in Ft. Wayne last weekend and stumbled across a house in Churubusco that had its Christmas lights blinking to holiday music. For some reason, I was not in the holiday mood until I saw this house and sat in the parking lot of a McDonald’s watching the lights blinking on and off for 10 minutes. It looked a something like this one:
I know that I have been a little heavy with video posts, but I have found another video with a great story attached to it. The story goes something like this:
In Los Angeles, Boy meets Girl, and Girl meets Boy. Both really like each and start to date. Eventually, Girl says, “Hey, Boy! I am going to go to graduate school across the country.” Boy was sad to see Girl go and decided to write her a love song with his roommates. (The roommates are in a band called The Daylights). Boy and his roommates spent an afternoon recording a video for the song and posted it on YouTube. It was Boy’s hope that Girl would find out about the video “organically” since the Internet has made it possible for people to remain in contact no matter how far they are apart.
It’s hard to deny that the video features a catchy song endless amounts of spirit fingers; however, there are cynics out there, who view the viral video as a marketing ploy for The Daylights. Either way, let’s do our part in hoping that the song gets to Girl.