Friday, October 10, 2014

Maggie Simpson 3-D Cartoon



The Longest Daycare is a 2012 American traditionally-animated 3D short film starring Maggie Simpson from The Simpsons, which was shown prior to screenings of the 3-D version of Ice Age: Continental Drift, on July 13, 2012 at movie theaters in the United States. The film is the second Simpsons theatrical release. Reception from critics and the public has been positive, praising the storytelling and graphics.

Use the controls from the gear icon to choose which method to view in either 3D or 2D, using 3D glasses or not in the "free" viewing method of parallel or cross-eyed viewing. See my 3-D page for more three dimensional viewing adventures.

Award Winning 3-D Music Video - All Is Not Lost



Try this cool 3-D video. Use the player controls to watch in different formats either with 3-D glasses or without any glasses at all using the "free" viewing methods of parallel or cross-eyed viewing. See my 3-D page for more 3-D adventures.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Weird Space Sounds

Here's some sounds NASA has compiled from radio waves bounding though space:

Radio Wave Sounds From Saturn

Or Play Here

...and while I was looking through my music files I found this midi music arrangement I made for a Miami radio show back in the 1970s. The show was Rick and Suds on WIOD 610 Radio.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Viewer Videos

Upload Your Video To Mood Gym 

LABELLE, FL. -- Now you can upload your videos directly to the Mood Gym. Click on any of the video clips to play. Make a new video, upload an existing video on your computer, or upload an existing one from your YouTube channel.

Thanks to Kevin Shutt and "The Naked Truth" for the Sebring, Fl. and National news commentary in his video broadcast.

Upload your video here: http://moodgym.blogspot.com/2012/07/upload-your-video.html

 Click to play the videos:

Friday, July 20, 2012

Upload Your Videos To The News Blog

Got A Video? Upload It To Mood Gym For Everyone To View

LABELLE, FL. -- Mood Gym, Southwest Florida Online and Sunday Morning News readers may now submit their own videos for possible publication on the blog news pages. 

Do you have a favorite video, a fun or newsworthy event that was recorded, a traffic crash from your cell camera, a meeting or event announcement, an interview with a unique person, or a cute pet video? Use your creativity and send a video using the widget below. We'll post the best here on the page for everyone to see.

Videos can be uploaded from an existing YouTube channel, directly from your computer, or make a new video direct from your webcam. Click on the appropriate tab below to begin. We'll publish the best, most original and creative, or newsworthy videos on the page for everyone to see. 

Try it. Click on the tab below to upload your video from any of three sources; your webcam, YouTube, or upload from your computer video files. (Sorry, we can't publish anything that contains copyrighted content including music.)

Please email the editor when you make or upload a video so we can quickly review it. The video will appear on your YouTube channel and if we select it on the Mood Gym page or Southwest Florida Online.

View the already selected uploaded videos here

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Streaming Live Video - Google+ Hangouts




Google Launches "Hangouts On Air" Worldwide

LABELLE, FL. -- Google is hoping to encourage aspiring artists, celebrities, and everyday folks to go live in front of a global audience broadcasting live from Google+ "Hangouts On Air."

The feature allowing webcam streaming live to the world on YouTube, Google+ and web pages was introduced to a limited number of select broadcasters last year, enabling them to go live and chat with friends and fans "for all the world to see" says Google.

Rolling out the new feature over the coming weeks, anyone with a Google+ account can broadcast live from their YouTube channel, or from the Google+ stream. During the broadcast up to 9 additional people will be able to join live in the broadcast.

After the broadcast is concluded, Google will upload a public recording to your YouTube channel and to your original Google+ post so anyone can later watch what happened during the live broadcast.

YouTube Video Above: Don Browne did a 4-hour test video May 13, 2012 (Here's the video on YouTube with hundreds of viewer comments)

Here's some examples of previous live hangouts by various celebrities:
President Obama (January 2012)
Young Hollywood (May 2012)
Tyra Banks (Dec 2011)
Miami Hurricanes (Apr 2012)
David Beckhan (Feb 2012)

Google Technical Paper On How To Do A Successful Hangout

How To Stream Live On Google+ Hangout On Air



Google+ has enabled "Hangout on Air," allowing people in most parts of the world to live stream video from their computer to viewers, while having up to nine others live stream video at the same time.

An unlimited number of viewers can watch the live broadcast by watching on YouTube while making live comments. After the broadcast has ended it automatically is uploaded to YouTube and archived there for anyone to see at any time.

The video above is a test example of how a video is seen as it's being recorded live (7 a.m., May 12, 2012). After that time, it will be saved and viewed through the YouTube channel.