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If you dig Pac-Man, you’ll gobble up this stop-motion masterpiece

In case you're wondering what would inspire French-Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond to fill a cinema with men (and I think I saw a woman) in brandless t-shirts to create this large-scale recreation of iconic video game Pac-Man, unfortunately, I don't know either. But I don't care! If this clip doesn't bring a tear to your eye, you'll never embrace the only true universal language; Geek.

Super Mario gets some stop motion madness treatment

Mario must be getting a bit long in the tooth these days considering that he's been head butting bricks and chasing mushrooms for more than two decades. In that time he's experienced a number of transformations, from games character to (not so successful) film star. Well, now he's been transmogrified into a physical presence once again with the help of some modern stop motion trickery.

The history of pretty much everything, one page at a time

Seventeen-year-old art student Jamie Bell created this stop-motion clip using biros, about 50 jotter books and 2100 pages. It took him three weeks, but it was worth it – he received full marks from his teacher. (And us.)

Lethal mini-ninjas star in Google's AWESOME new Nexus One viral video

There's no denying that Apple's iPhone has a huge headstart on Google's new Nexus One phone. But with uber cool promos like this one, it won't be long before all the cool kids will be brandishing a 'ninja phone'.

Lethal mini-ninjas star in Google’s AWESOME new Nexus One viral video

There's no denying that Apple's iPhone has a huge headstart on Google's new Nexus One phone. But with uber cool promos like this one, it won't be long before all the cool kids will be brandishing a 'ninja phone'.

Origami in the Pursuit of Perfection

This amazing video uses origami and stop-motion to tell the story of Japanese sports brand ASICS. It won a Grand Prix at the Eurobest,...

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