The team behind viral hits such as the "Plot Device" has yet another gem on their hands.
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Visual effects company Red Giant Software has released a three-minute short film called "Order Up" that follows a delivery guy dropping off a pizza at an abandoned location before things get a bit ... strange.
After arriving at an empty parking lot, the delivery guy is greeted by a series of mysterious shooting lights, explosions and unusual occurrences. Check out the video above to see for yourself.
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Red Giant -- which develops visual effects plug-ins -- has once again partnered with indie filmmaker Seth Worley to help promote its services to filmmakers.
What is your reaction to the clip? Do you think videos that market services in this way are effective? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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1. Sharp 90-inch smart TV
You might not be able to tell by looking at this picture, but this is the world's largest LCD TV. The $11,000 beast is 6'8" wide, and you'd better be sitting more than a dozen feet away from it or you'll see every pixel. I know this for a fact, because I own a considerably cheaper 80-inch Sharp TV that's a lot like this. If this giant is anything like its 80-inch "little" brother, you're in for some crispy video with great color -- if you have a room (and bank account) big enough to accommodate it. [From Sharp USA]
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