Neocore’s forthcoming Warhammer 40K open RPG looks amazing. Inquistor: Martyr is set in the Caligari Sector of space, where whole regions can get blocked off from the rest of the Empire at times and where shadows lurk. You’re an Inquisitor in this persistent and open world sandbox of an RPG. That means the actions you […]
Thomas Lucas is onto a winner. This animation is a series of 2 second scenes and people die in each one. What’s not to like? The whole video was put together by Tom in his spare time. As it happens he works as an animator for his day job and that goes a long way […]
It’s called a black velvet nebula cake, it’s made by Sprinkle Bakes and is full of stars. Inspired by pictures from the Hubble Space Telescope the cake has 5 ounces of white confetti sprinkles in the batter. Hungry?
An astronaut sets off on a search for life another planet. With no sign of life anywhere nearby; what a gamble to make. This short animation does a great job at remind us how huge space it and how lonely a trip away from Earth would be.
Sit back and watch New Shepard, 110,000 LBs of thrust, mach 3.72, 100 KM in height and a perfect landing. The company Blue Origin is owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and they’ve just become the first to create a reusable space rocket. The space vehicle (can we call it a spaceship?) is called the New Shepard […]
This Geek Native post has a look at some of the Gravity Assist cards from the Kickstarting Xtronaut. Xtronaut is designed by Dante Lauretta who actually led NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return. You can find out more about the Kickstarter here. [Back this Campaign] The campaign asked for $15,000 and has over $28,000 in the […]
This music video from UK based Jamie xx is all about the colonization of Mars. I imagine it’s a bit like the trip to Mars in that most of the video is taken up with the journey but once we get to the planet and start to work our charms there’s an incredible pay off. […]
A 30+ minute collaboration between Salomon Lightelm and Dan DiFelice. Anomaly is a 60s throwback to the space-race and the complexities of relationships. The film was shot with very little budget over just 9 days.
An astronaut has gone where no man has ever gone before thanks to the hibernation program. There’s a catch – something’s not right between Joseph, the astronaut, and his instructor Claire. The countdown for lift-off is on. Is it all too late?
You’ve heard all about wrapping space and time. That’s old hat. A much better thing to do, especially to keep warm and stand out in the snow, is to wrap yourself in space. If you’re quick then Etsy store PhunkyFresh can make the space wrapping happen. How? With this space cape made from organic cotton? […]