And that’s a wrap
It’s bigger on the inside – augmented reality TARDIS
Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds, died at age 83 taking the secret of supermarionation with him to the grave. ABC presents a short but thoughtful report.
J.J. Abrams turns down Star Wars VII
J.J. Abrams turns down Star Wars VII, saying he’s a fan of Star Wars and doesn’t want to sit in the director’s chair. Nerd Bastards report here.
First still from The World’s End
Simon Pegg tweeted the first official still from The World’s End, a movie about a pub crawl interrupted inconsiderately by, well, armageddon-ish events.
Simon Pegg tweets first official still from The World’s End – picture sns.mx/RnmLy5
— Simon Pegg (@SimonPeggDaily) December 26, 2012
One small step for man, one giant leap for technology
You know on all those science fiction movies how holograms show the computer screens then people manipulate them with their hands? It looks like Leap Motion had taken a huge leap forward in bringing us this technology, and their gizmo is only $69.99 in the USA. I guess that means it’ll be $600 in Australia -_- Dan Lyons of ReadWrite says more here.