23 min documentary + 7 min of more Ghostcubes:
All the objects in this film were created by Erik Åberg.
Origami Manipulation is a a 23 minute documentary where the research of the Ghostcubes is explained. The film shows the process all the way from the beginning, initial ideas and how they evolved.
Also included is Liquid Wood, a 7 minute short film that displays more work with Ghostcubes and as a bonus you will also receive the Ghostcube youtube video in high quality.
This is a pay for download film. After purchase you will receive an email with download links.
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The Float table is a matrix of “magnetized” wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables. It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.
News from the future, they’re proposing this as a way to help learn to play a musical instrument. Mortal fools, wasting their time playing musical instruments, when they could be juggling.
More info, only in Japan.
One day, we won’t need to practice contact juggling, we will download tricks directly into our brain implants. Ahead of the game, MoM have a new introductory offer: We will sell you palm spinning 10 balls-in-1 hand for just £10. (You supply the balls).
Following a discussion about creativity with MCP earlier today, here is John Cleese explaining creativity and how to become more creative. Aimed primerily at a business audience, the background of his lecture is scientific, the guide based on his own experience. (35 minutes long, but worth it.)
Interesting stuff, plus play features heavily.
My notes after the jump, (will only make sense after watching).
[edit: thanks to lg Felix for the replacement link]
This video begins by showing a kendama battle; a group of kendama enthusiasts throwing a series of increasingly complex tricks in a backyard competition. The small crowd explodes with excitement when the winner throws his final move, they celebrate together as if this was THE main event of the year. As a viewer, it is a unique glimpse into a very small world.
This is a collection of those awesome moments that happen when you are in the company of amazing people (and the camera just happens to be pointing in the right direction at the right time) Kyle Johnson makes the best videos, and I think he understands what this ‘ministry’ thing is all about better than we do.
Also, Canada boxes