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Leap Motion revealed a new video today showing off the device’s gesture control capabilities with Windows 7 and 8. When plugged into a Windows OS device, the Leap Motion will support full multitouch gestures out of the box, allowing users to click, drag, scroll, swipe and rotate screens entirely with gestural input. Leap Motion’s previous demos focused on native apps and building out the device’s Airspace app store, but the latest news confirms that the device will also be useful for OS-level navigation. The company will enter its recently announced beta testing round next month, before the product’s final release on July 22nd.
Without a doubt, Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs is one of the most graphically-stunning games in development right now, and a new gameplay video has the best look that we’ve gotten at the title since last year’s E3. Our sister site Polygon has six minutes of in-game footage, which features the game’s protagonist infiltrating a facility using his ability to tap into security camera feeds and other technology in the surrounding environment. The resulting gameplay is a cross between stealth games and a high-tech Grand Theft Auto, as the character ultimately flees in a fast and flashy stolen vehicle.
Watch Dogs‘ good looks can likely be chalked up to its coming arrival on the next-generation PlayStation 4, though it isn’t clear what platforms…
The big-screen adaptation of Ender’s Game isn’t scheduled to land in theaters until November, but we’re already getting our first glimpse at some footage from the film — and the official teaser trailer is just around the corner. On May 7th, the film’s teaser will be unveiled during a live Google+ Hangout, accompanied by a conversation with three of the film’s key creative elements: director Gavin Hood, star Asa Butterfield, and producer Bob Orci (whose credits include Alias, Fringe, and Star Trek Into Darkness).
In the meantime, a brief spot announcing the event features our first look at footage from the film — including appearances from Harrison Ford and Sir Ben Kingsley. The Google+ Hangout itself will be taking place on Tuesday…
When moviegoers in United States and China head to theaters on Might 3rd to see the premiere of Marvel’s Iron Guy 3, they won & rsquo; t be resting to see the exact same motion picture. Marvel Studios revealed that it collaborated with Chinese media and entertainment business DMG on the Chinese aspects in the film, on top of circulation and advertising, stated Target date Hollywood. So while both the United States and Chinese cuts of the film will include footage that Marvel shot in Beijing in December, only the latter will get an unique look from actress Follower Bingbing.
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Wired mention that Iron Guy 3 isn & rsquo; t the only big-budget movie to get tweaks for the Chinese market– in last year & rsquo; s Looper, scenes …
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We had a look at Mophie’s OutRide ruggedized action-cam case back at IFA in August, however the month of December notoriously brings many even more picture ops. Perhaps that’s why the business has actually opted to reveal availability of the case, which sports a lens capable of 170-degree viewing angles, on the cusp of year-end vacations. The waterproof OutRide is available now for $ 150– which rate consists of a range of mounts for handlebars, surfboards and helmets. A companion app is a free of charge download from the Application Shop and lets users modify and share their tape-recorded footage. The OutRide is presently just suitable with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, so those who are gifted Apple’s most recent mobile will need to sit this one out.
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While Japanese Xperia fans might have to wait a little while longer to get their hands on the Xperia GX and Xperia SX, how about some sample videos to make said extremities clammy in the meantime? So, they’re not going to win any Oscars (unless there’s a new category for “Best shaky in-store footage”) any time soon, but the videos over the break give a taste of what we can expect from those 13- and 8-megapixel sensors. In time-honored Hollywood tradition, we’re still wondering if the US remake will be just as good.
With his use of Red cameras, 3ality rigs, and high frame rate 3D technology, no one can accuse Peter Jackson of being stuck in the past. Need more evidence of his anti-luddism? He just gave the first projection of footage from his 3D opus “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” in its full 48 fps glory at the CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas. With the public having endured 80 years of 24 fps film-watching, Jackson appealed to viewers to allow their eyes to adjust to the doubled rate during the ten minute screening. But the reaction showed that public acceptance might take a while. One projectionist compared it to made-for-TV fare, and others referenced Mexican soap-operas and TruMotion. The reply to these criticisms by Jackson (and James Cameron) has always been that 3D is better suited to faster frame rates than 2D — making it more immersive, reducing headaches and improving stereoscopy. We’ll have to wait for the film’s release this December to find out whether he’s right, or if this attempt at high frame speeds will go the way of Showscan.
Whip out the out the old anagylphs, folks, because you’re going to want to watch this. Some kids at the Wonderland Elementary School sent up a weather balloon mounted with a carbon fiber frame carrying six GoPro HDHERO2 cameras. Four of the cameras were set in 3D configuration and, after editing, they were able to create the first stratospheric 3D video shoot using a balloon. You can watch it in YouTube with red/blue glasses.
The resulting footage, while fun, is actually a testament to the durability and low price of modern HD cameras. I remember shooting Estes rockets with a tiny camera in the nose to get blurry photos of my friends standing on the ground. Now you’re literally taking in hours of HD video data. In space.
You’ll also notice they attached a model of Space Battleship Yamato in front of the cameras. In layman’s terms, they did this because that ship is badass.
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This is a video of various Star Wars movies that have been cut to make Yoda speak like a normal damn person and not in that weird jumble-talk that somebody in his youth obviously told him makes him sound smarter. So yeah, what Yoda would sound like speaking normally — now we know. Next up: what he looks like naked.
Hit the jump for the video.
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