1. How To Play The Mad Science Foundation


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    How to play "The Mad Science Foundation", created by Max Seidman and Sharang Biswas, for the DFW Nerd Night Competition.

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    • Print your heart for someone special


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      This Valentine's Day, print your heart for someone special with Thingiverse: http://bit.ly/1Cq0lMk

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      • LevelGloves - Mad Scientist


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        You may think that the best winter gloves with unpaired performances happen by chance. Noway man! We just do things right! #LevelGloves #MadScientis #donttrythisathome #ThermoPlus

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        • FREETAIL BREWING - Brewer Cuts: Corey McCart / Mad Scientist


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          • Out of Water


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            Logan and Blue must escape the clutches of an Mad Scientist, before he satiates his thirst! Animated in ToonBoom Harmony, with compositing done in After Effects. Voice acting by Callyn Dorval: Website: www.callyndorval.com Mike DelGaudio: Website: http://mikedelgaudio.com/ Justice Washington: website: Www.youtube.com/user/kidaku1 Animation by Stephen Minervino

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            • ITP NIME 2014 at the Knitting Factory. "Marquee" Performed by Pamela Liou


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              Inspired by arcane and obsolete technologies, Marquee is an 8-step audio sequencer. A radial array of knife switches trigger industrial sounds and musical phrases as a light chaser of incandescent bulbs keep beat. The instrument was designed and fabricated by Pamela Liou for ITP's NIME class. Special thanks to David Rios, Andy Sigler, and Greg Shakar. Sounds composed by Hellyn Teng.

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              • Free


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                Made as part of a college project to produce a "Single Camera Drama." Follows the story of Daniel (William Godfrey), who is in need of some money. When scientist Conleth (Mark Chapman) asks him to be a guinea pig on a new piece of technology for cash, it sounds like a great idea. But as he ventures into the world of astral projection, he soon learns that not is all as it seems. And there is a far more personal betrayal going on. Written and Directed by Tom Rawding Cinematography and Visual Effects by Zac Bettesworth Cinematography and Locations by James Batcheler Sound by Luke McGowan Music by David Ballantine Starring William Godfrey Mark Chapman Rachel Pooley Patrick Forster Vicky Summers

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                • Huh?


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                  Mad scientist creates something out of nothing.

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                  • The Time-Traveler in Bedrock (Flintstones Fan Film) Starring Karen Peace - Composer


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                    After visiting the "Bedrock City" theme park in Arizona, I used some of the vacation footage to make a short time-travel film about a steampunk scientist who enters a wormhole and travels to Bedrock.

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                    • Comedic Scene from Piranha Sharks. Noël Thurman Character Actress Reel


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                      Dr. Harlow, Tourette's ridden, mad scientist! Scene from recently released feature film Piranha Sharks. Character I have was inspired by Doc Brown, and Professor Tremblay and a few more ;) hope you enjoy this little piece of crazy. Kisses!

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