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Inspirational: Carl Sagan and the Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions

Okay, internet. We get it: every time Carl Sagan says “terraqueous globe,” nerds like me shed a tear. In this new beautiful Sagan “Pale Blue Dot” remix, Torrey Meeks combines footage of the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions, time-lapse footage (reminiscent of Koyaanisqatsi), and Sagan’s increasingly famous “Pale Blue Dot” intro narration. Beautiful, touching, and well-made. [...]

Dot Dot Dot: Epic Game Review Animated

When Mick Lauer (Newgrounds user RicePirate) discovered a review of the satirical Super PSTW Action RPG Flash game by irritated gamer axman13 and voice track by Deven Mack (D-Mac-Double), he was compelled to turn this epic review into a super epic animation. Behold, Dot Dot Dot: Watch it and weep: Link [YouTube Clip]

World’s Smallest Stop Motion Film

(Video Link) Dot is the world’s smallest stop motion animated film. It was created by the makers of the Wallace & Gromit series, who used a 50x cell phone microscope. Animators at the UK studio Aardman used a 3D printer to make 50 different versions of Dot, because she is too small to manipulate or bend like [...]