2789 minutes in category  Technology & Innovation

The man who gave the world the Mac, iPod, iPhone and iPad died on Wednesday. News of his passing spread globally on the very devices he had created.

Through interviews with friends, former colleagues and business associates, the film “Game Changers” reveals the many layers of the intensely private Steve Jobs – his style of leadership, management and […]

“The 360 Project” is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a […]

Discover Brooklyn like you most likely have not seen it before. Filmmaker Jonathan Bregel shot this portrait with the awesome Phantom Flex Camera. All footage was shot within an 8 […]

Pilots unanimously say that the effect of a laser-pen’s beam in the cockpit is very similar to the effect of a car’s high-beam headlights at a short distance – it […]

A good film sound mix can make a big difference and eventuelly turn the movie into a happening. See an exclusive documentary on sound mixing of Transformers 3 Dark of […]

Hello Africa illustrates the cellphone culture in Africa. It shows images of contemporary Africa with focus on people’s lifestyles, popular culture, habits, activities and opinions in the context of mobile […]

An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code.

NASA released footage of the last Endeavour launch on June 16, 2011. Chase Heavener put these films together; took each angle, synced it up, and put each video boxes side […]

Some ideas how the European company sees the airtransport in 2050: Walls that change according to light conditions, holographic pop-up gaming displays and passenger’s body heat powering in-flight entertainment.

Pilots fly through storms over the jungle along one of the most perilous air routes in the world to deliver supplies.

After 30 years of development New Zealand company Martin Aircraft is about to release the first Jetpack to the commercial market in 2012.

Daren built a giant homemade camera, it shoots on 14×36-inch negatives and uses x-ray film instread of photografic film. This doc shows some insights how he did that.

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