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…Obscura Digital augments your world?

Obscura Digital

Obscura Digital turns buildings into giant displays using synchronized HD projectors, and their latest target was the old mint building in downtown San Francisco for the YouTube Symphony.

The software that they’ve developed automatically calculates and compensates the video for distance, angle, surface, shape, brightness, picture shift, and other variables to create a seamless experience, and with some creative minds behind the end design, the result is a building that literally comes to life before your very own eyes.

See for yourself:

[Obscura Digital]

…Donkey Kong likes Legos?

With a Mindstorms RCX kit and a lot of creative ingenuity, Dan Kressin managed to recreate an entire Donkey Kong level using only Legos.

In all, it took him about three months or 110-120 hours to complete, and the end result is a fully automatic and synchronized art piece that even plays the Donkey Kong theme song while the action happens.

From the front:

And behind:

[Lego Donkey Kong]

[Via: Gizmodo]

…Synchronized water slide stunts look like fun?

I’m not sure how you get good at something like this (or even how you practice) but synchronized waterslide stunting should definitely be the next Olympic sport:

[Via: Random Good Stuff]