Stunning annular eclipse footage Video
Hand crafted in the streets and a bedroom in the UK city of Dunfermline, this video for "Pino" was made for LOOMMULE by a good friend Cammy (Cameron Scott). The footage was filmed using an ancient, by today's standards, video camera and captured on video card. Check out this hypnotic and fresh Trip Hop sound.
Kohler's NUMI smart toilet has heated seats, an automatically adjusting bidet, and a touchscreen remote, but it comes with a hefty price tag.
This live footage captures the MC5 at its prime. From the DVD "MC5 - Kick out the Jams."
With this early Aphex Twin video, director Jarvis Cocker uses entrancing stop-action footage to create a surreal day at the beach.
This stunning footage catches the Spencer Davis Group at the peak of their powers. From the DVD "Spencer Davis Group -- Gimme Some Lovin': Live 1966".
Enthusiasts will love this camera's full manual control over exposure and focus, 10X optical zoom, and Super Macro capabilities, but it offers enough automation to soothe neophytes, too.
We threw this together very fast and hope to refilm it with a better camera and better footage but this is so you can hear the song.
At CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a look at Samsung's first consumer HD camera, the SC-HMX20C, with 10x optical zoom, 8GB internal flash memory, and the ability to capture in high speed.
On a followup to our previous video on the moss research happening at Crater Lake, CNET News.com was on hand for the official 'dive' of the latest rover to explore the depths of one of the clearest bodies of water in the world. Join News.com's Stefanie Olsen to see live footage from the rover as it grabs moss samples, and hear from the research crew as well as the team behind the operations of the robot.
In 1986, on a San Francisco beach, about 20 participants got together to burn an 8-foot structure of a man, and thus was born Burning Man. Twenty years later, the festival, which now takes place in the northern Nevada desert, is expected to attract some 35,000 people when it takes place next week. For some reason, Burning Man has occupied a special place in the hearts of techies. Join CNET News.com Charlie Cooper as he looks at why with Burning Man veterans Jennifer Guevin, Elinor Mills and Declan McCullagh during this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' roundtable.\r\n\r\n
Burning Man video footage courtesy of www.dramainthedesert.com.