Chris Voss is the author of the major bestselling book, “Never Split The Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It”, which has been called one of if not the best books …
Sony Pictures Television is launching a YouTube channel with magician Jason Latimer that will fuse illusions with science. The channel is called Impossible Science.
In his first series of original videos, Impossible Science: At Home, Latimer aims to inspire curiosity through experiments and lessons, some featuring special celebrity guests through Zoom.
In an exclusive first look at the channel, Latimer shows viewers how to use weights to make it look like a pencil is floating. Check out the video above.
The series and channel is being produced through WonderFirst by Jason Latimer and Dustin Gould in association with Sony Pictures Television. Stacey Crawford is the series producer.
Pac-man was conceived in a pizza shop. Interchangeable game console cartridges were created by a black man. These facts and more I discovered after spending a good part of my 8-hour sleep requirement watching Netflix’s game documentary, High Score. A limited six episode series of ~40 minutes each.
From the second the Netflix documentary starts, it is almost a race to the end. Fast paced. Thrilling. Leaving you wanting more. Just like a well developed game would.
A beautifully narrated story is woven in each story with insanely fluid art direction and animation revealing the lives and times of some of the most famous game creators and the roles they have played in the now bustling, cult-like gaming culture of the world. From the legendary arcade game, Pac-Man’s random conception by Toru Iwatani- in a pizza shop- to dispelling preconceptions of violent games being a millennial phenomenon, the documentary is Mario on Nat Geo Wild in a Tesla.
Before he turned 40, Nolan Bushnell founded two brands that permanently shaped the way Americans amuse themselves: the iconic video game system Atari, and the frenetic family restaurant Chuck E. Cheese’s. PLUS in our postscript “How You Built That,” an update on H2OPS, a non-alcoholic take on craft-brewed – a fragrant sparkling water made with hops. (Original broadcast date: February 27, 2017)