dnalounge update

DNA Lounge update, wherein photos are presented, and the dark underbelly of the bouncy castle trend is revealed.
Current Music: Cybrid -- Hardcore ♬

World Processor

World Processor: globe-based data visualizations.
Some of these are hokey, but some are pretty cool.
There are many.

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Wash My Balls, John Whorfin!

Dear Lazyweb,

If you loved me, you'd buy me a ball sucker:

I will also require a ball washer:

    "Move balls from one ball bath to another or create a ball fountain! You can combine it with a ball washing machine, so that your kids will play in heaps of hygienic balls!"

See to it. Thank you.

(See, when we were first talking about getting a bouncy castle, I instead wanted us to just get enough 4" plastic balls to fill the entire ground floor of the club to a depth of about four feet. But, we couldn't find a place that sold those balls for less than about 5¢ each. I figured that'd take around 300,000 balls, which would have been $15,000, not counting shipping.

And then what do you do with them? I favored just opening the door at the end of the night and setting them free on 11th street, but someone might have noticed.)

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two hundred fifty thousand superballs

Ten Two hundred fifty thousand superballs: why was I not notified?

Update: Mediocre video.

Update, Oct 24: Finished commercial.
Making-of video.

Update: More awesome photos.

Scene missing! A video that used to be embedded in this post has disappeared. If you know of a copy of this video that is still accessible, please mail me so that I can update the link.
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