Monday, February 2, 2015

Link Round-Up: February 2, 2015

The Big Game by Orlando Arocena

"The Big Game" by Orlando Arocena

News: The mohawk helmets from Katy Perry’s Superbowl half-time show are now being called the Most Viewed Pieces of 3D Printed Art in History.

Gislain Benoit builds an incredible hand soldered clock. Ever curious what encompasses a digital watch? Now you can.

How Critics Have Failed Female Filmmakers

How to Build a Groundhog Day Alarm Clock 

Meet the team behind Katy Perry's Projection-Mapped Halftime Show

Nightmares in the Horror Aisle: Exploring Movie Art that scared you as a child

Penny Arcade takes a shot at video game blogs.

A Toronto artist, Daniel Rotsztain, (video) is drawing all of Toronto's libraries.

Use of Google Earth Pro requires a valid license key.  As of January 20, 2015, Earth Pro licenses are now free.  For those asking about the "Pro" features: What is Google Earth Pro?  You can export the KML files to Google Drive or open them in Earth on your phone.  Search for all the stuff you want to see on vacation and add it to layers for easy reference.

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