Who could forget the spectacular conclusion to the "Back to the Future" trilogy? The scene where Marty and Doc Brown use a train to push the DeLorean to 88 miles an hour so Marty can return to the 1980s has become iconic. With this tutorial, you can recreate the scene in minia ...more
Yep, that's Michael J. Fox himself (aka Marty McFly) inspecting an 8-foot-long Delorean cake, complete with flaming tire tracks. The facsimile was artfully crafted by cake decorating masters Ace of Cakes for the 25th anniversary of Back To The Future and the Blu-ray releases.
What do you get a co-worker for Christmas, Hannukah, or Kwanzaa when he or she already has a Meta 2 headset? Last week, Meta Company shared a delightful video of its employees unwrapping virtual Secret Santa gifts through the Meta 2. Gifts included a UFO beaming up dreidels, ...more
News : Hollywood Exhibit Uses HoloLens to Transport Fans into the Worlds of 'Back to the Future' & Halo
The potential of augmented reality is often shown in science fiction movies, but a new exhibit marries the genre with very real-world AR technology, to great effect. "Hollywood Dream Machines: Vehicles of Science Fiction and Fantasy" is a new exhibit at the Petersen Automotiv ...more
As far as new artists go, 2010 more or less belonged to this 23-year-old Nashville native, who released her hit debut, "Animal," in January, then followed it up last month with a nine-track mini-album, "Cannibal." With three songs on Billboard's year-end Hot 100, and 1.1 mill ...more
Verizon could be getting in on the autonomous vehicle party, judging by its recent investment in driverless software company Renovo Motors. The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon's (strategic) generosity was part of a $10 million round led by venture capital firm True V ...more