Ariel’s Antarctic Adventure – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 12/25/18

With Adam on the road for his holiday break, we welcome special guest Ariel Waldman–host of our Offworld show–on the podcast this week to hear about her recent monthlong trip to Antarctica. Will and Norm have so many questions about what life is like living at McMurdo station, and Ariel’s stories do not disappoint. Enjoy this bonus end-of-year episode, and have a Merry Christmas and happy holidays, everyone!

PROJECTIONS: Magic Leap Dr. Grordbort’s Invaders Review!

For our last episode of Projections for the year, we review Dr. Grordbort’s Invaders, Weta Gameshop’s impressive augmented reality action game. Plus, we take a look at another new Magic Leap experience, Luna: Moondust Garden, and its approach to storytelling in augmented reality.

Episode 480 – Into the Spoiler-Verse – 12/20/18

The gang can’t stop gushing about the new Spider-Man film as we dive into a deep review of Into the Spider-Verse, (first spoiler-free, then full-on spoilers!). Plus, we talk about the latest in pop culture, technology news, and the regrettable demise of Star Wars Sphero toys. It’s the last podcast of the year from the office!

Adam Savage’s One Day Builds: NASA ACES Spacesuit Helmet!

Adam puts together the very complex and intricate assembly of 3D printed and machined parts for his NASA ACES spacesuit helmet replica. This helmet includes contributions from multiple makers, including The Broken Nerd, Punished Props, and Shawn Thorsson. And as is sometimes the case with a One Day Build, this build isn’t without its complications.

The Year in Review – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 12/18/18

With Adam about to take off for vacation, we gather once more in the cave to podcast about the past year. Joining us is Kayte Sabicer, who with Adam has just completed a months-long modelmaking project that they can finally reveal. We can’t wait for you to see it in video!

Tested: Tilta Wireless Follow Focus Lens Control System

Joey tests the Tilta Nucleus-Nano, a wireless follow focus system for controlling the lens on his Panasonic GH5 camera. This lens control system was made to work with Tilta’s handheld gimbal rig, and Joey explains how he would use this kind of lens control system in a professional production, and why the price for this wireless follow focus is noteworthy.