iPad feel my face when I'm with you. But I love it. But I love it. Prooooo!
Ashley steps into our miniaturized version of Tomorrow Daily and talks about a human-powered vehicle setting a new land-speed record, an interesting use for two retro Sony TV sets and a clothing project using body sensors and projection for instant customization. #TDHost
Sending two old Sony TV sets up into space via weather balloon seems like a dangerous idea. The resulting images sure are pretty, though, so we've got to give credit to this music video's director for creating such a beautiful concept.
Instead of targeting Spotify's streaming territory, the social network has video king YouTube in its sights, according to The New York Times.
The space agency wants to pump up public anticipation for its new Space Launch System, so it finds a sweet bass line to help.
See what happens when a guy falls for a mutant girl with pyrokinetic abilities in the music video "Right Now" by Never Let This Go -- released on Stan Lee's World of Heroes YouTube channel.
Rio Caraeff, who led Vevo from its beginning until he departed in November, joins a former Sony Pictures vice chairman at Vadio, which helps streaming-music services add video to their offering.
Thank you, Kickstarter. Our dreams of seeing David Hasselhoff do the splits, lean on a Lambo and ride a dinosaur have all come true.
On today's show, we discuss a jacket with 50 cameras sewn into it, how the band OK Go used drone tech in their new whimsical music video, and the scientist who improved on the Nobel Prize he won three weeks ago.
South Korean artists have created a blazer with 50 working cameras on it in the hopes of giving surveillance tools to people who may not otherwise have them. We're not sure we'd wear a jacket with cameras sewn in like all-seeing eyes...but it sure looks cool.