‘Exobaby’, Hyundai’s Marketing Campaign Promoting Their Vehicle Technology With a Baby in an Super Exoskeleton Suit

The “Exobaby” is a marketing campaign by Hyundai that promotes the advanced technology of their vehicles with a little baby in a super exoskeleton suit. The CGI child, who is protected from all sorts of danger, uses the potty without any problems thanks to a “Smart Trunk” feature in the suit and avoids having to take a bath by using the suit’s speedy “Turbo Boost” to escape he clutches of mom. Hyundai’s “Exobaby” ad campaign delivers the message that they “aim to make their customers’ lives safer and more convenient”.

The hero baby smartly takes advantages of the state-of-the-art technology suit that offers a wide range of solutions for conditions experienced in daily life. And a total of seven cutting-edge technologies are applied based on the Sonata – body rigidity (AHSS, Advanced High Strength Steel), Smart Trunk, Blind Spot Detection (BSD), Turbo GDi engine , Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS), and Smart Parking Assist System (SPAS) – with figurative wit that embellishes the baby’s story.

ExoBaby

ExoBaby

ExoBaby

ExoBaby

ExoBaby

images via Hyundai Motor Brand

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

An Honest Trailer for the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena Video Game ‘League of Legends’

Voice actor Jon Bailey of Screen Junkies and Smosh worked together to create an honest video game trailer for League of Legends, the popular multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games.

From the studio, whose name would have you believe it made more than one game, comes one of the best games of all time that your parents didn’t have to buy for you – League of Legends.

‘Ivor Fett’, A ‘Star Wars’-Themed Hyundai Veloster Covered in a Custom Boba Fett-Style Vehicle Wrap

Ivor Fett

Artist Rebekah Stieg Knuth of Knuthart Studios recently posted photos of her out of this world Star Wars-themed Hyundai Veloster that she had covered in a Boba Fett-style vehicle wrap. Knuth, who has appropriately renamed her car “Ivor Fett,” did all of the graphic design and layout of the wrap before having it installed by Josh Bevers and Tom Hrubesky of Fastsigns in Appleton, Wisconsin. More photos of the bounty hunter makeover and a time-lapse video of the application are available to view online.

Ivor Fett

Ivor Fett

Ivor Fett

Ivor Fett

photos via Rebekah Stieg Knuth

via reddit

2014 Edition of Misheard Song Lyrics by Pleated-Jeans

Poo stays on your thighs like my fingerprints.

Jeff Wysaski of Pleated-Jeans has released a funny new 2014 edition of his ongoing Misheard Song Lyrics series. Jeff carefully listens to and translates lyrics from popular songs like “Turn Down for What” by DJ Snake and Lil Jon, “Chandelier” by Sia, “Centuries” by Fall Out Boy and more.

1980 Video of ‘Star Wars’ Sound Designer Ben Burtt Deconstructing the Millennium Falcon Hyperdrive Malfunction Noise

Eyes On Cinema has released a three-minute video clip from 1980 that shows Star Wars sound designer Ben Burtt deconstructing the “comical” and layered sound effect behind the Millennium Falcon‘s hyperdrive malfunction. The actual noise is featured in a scene from George Lucas‘ 1980 film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

via Daring Fireball

A ‘Paradox Edition’ Parody of the ‘Terminator Genisys’ Trailer That Adds More Confusion to the Film Series’ Timeline

Dude, stop trying to have sex with me!” – Sarah Connor to Kyle Reese

The New York-based Auralnauts (previously) have created a hilarious “Paradox Edition” parody of the newly released trailer for Terminator Genisys that adds even more confusion to the film series’ comprehensive timeline. Arnold Schwarzenegger pops up a lot more often in Auralnauts’ edited version of the trailer.

The resistance goes head to head with Skynet to see who can destroy the time stream first. Sometimes, the only way to fix temporal damage caused by terminators is MORE TERMINATORS.

The original Terminator Genisys trailer for the sake of comparison:

LEGO Stop-Motion Animated Remake of the ‘Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens’ Teaser Trailer

Film editor and LEGO enthusiast Antonio Toscano (previously) has created a great stop-motion animated LEGO version of the first teaser trailer released for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.

The original Star Wars teaser trailer for comparison:

An Honest Movie Trailer for ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’

To celebrate the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies in theaters, Screen Junkies created an honest movie trailer for Peter Jackson‘s 2013 epic fantasy adventure film The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

Before you say goodbye to Middle Earth with The Battle of the Five Armies, relive The Desolation of Smaug, the bloated second chapter in Peter Jackson’s mercilessly long Hobbit trilogy.

An Underwater Shot-for-Shot Remake of Jules’ Epic Bible Verse Scene From ‘Pulp Fiction’

The Fine Brothers and The Kloons teamed up to create an underwater shot-for-shot remake (previously) of Jules Winnfield‘s (Samuel L. Jackson) epic Bible verse scene from the 1994 film Pulp Fiction.

Being underwater won’t stop Jules from reciting a bible verse.

The original movie scene for comparison:

The Classic Holiday Film ‘A Christmas Story’ Retold as an 8-Bit Animated Video Game

CineFix has released a new episode of 8-Bit Cinema (previously) that retells the classic 1983 holiday film A Christmas Story as an 8-bit animated video game. It was written and animated by David Dutton of Dutton Films with music by Henry Dutton.