Wednesday

Skateboard Tetris


Like the LED sheep herding a few months back, you know this took a ton of planning and there was obviously some major problem solving that needed to happen in order to execute this. Fantastic!

via NotCot

14 comments:

  1. OK, that's one of the coolest things I have seen in a while. Thanks for putting the big grin on my face this morning!

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  2. Tim - My pleasure. Made me smile too. Thanks for the comment!

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  3. Very cool! Even cooler is recognizing that this was done on Montgomery St just above Jackson - which is the corner where my office is!

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  4. malc - You didn't see this getting filmed, did you? That would be awesome-town!

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  5. Drea and malc - Thanks for the comments. malc- you didn't see it getting made, did you? That would be awesome!

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  6. That's pretty incredible! I'd love a behind the scenes glimpse of the planning that went into this... who said skaters were lazy??

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  7. L Prez - I'd like to see that too. Thanks for the comment.

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  8. That's pretty cool! I love how people come up with amazing things - peoples minds are just so creative!

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  9. Sadly, I did not see the video being made... looks like they did it in the wee hours of the morning and Id be worried if I were still at the office.

    It took a couple viewings to realize they were carving down the street like snowboarders and that there was something hinky with those skateboards.

    Very neat bit of engineering!

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  10. those arent skateboards they are freebords. www.freebord.com very cool

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  11. Danger - Awesome! Thanks for the clarification. I love learning about new stuff!

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  12. We shot late at night and had a long day of rehersal in Daly City. Thanks for not being a bunch of haters like every other site this gets posted on. Freebord, spread the love!!!

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  13. Nate- Thanks for the reply. Hey-email me if you read this. I'd love to talk more about this project.

    -Paul

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