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Stop motion animation of a Lego house.
We set up some decorations at work, then set up quite a few more. We piled up all of the animatronic / singing ornaments and set them off all at once. If you’re ever having trouble teaching someone what the word “cacophony” means, tell them to watch this video.
Boogie Boarding in the surf at Cox Bay, near Tofino and Pacific Rim National Park. August 31, 2011. Filmed first by an Olympus Tough TG610 waterproof digital camera. The first person view is from a head mounted Hero Camera. Watch Video ›
A very unusual structure found on the beach at Florencia Bay, Pacific Rim National Park, BC, Canada. In this mini mini documentary, Karl Johanson discusses the most plausible theory of this structure’s origin. Watch Video ›
The mud pit in Power To Be’s “Power to Play” corporate challenge, Vancouver Island Technology Park, May 15, 2011. Watch Video ›
My entry in the Norwescon 7 Masquerade. Sea-Tac Hyatt House Hotel. March 24, 1984. Watch Video ›
Interview with SF editor Karl Johanson at the World Fantasy Convention in Calgary, 2009. Watch Video ›
Trek Animation. The Classic Trek characters go on a search for a new episode. Watch Video ›
Animated classic Trek cartoon. Watch Video ›
A few baby chicks we got in April of 2011. Showing them quite small in their box, then seeing their trips outside at 17 and 18 days old. Watch Video ›
Just like the title says, some really short science fiction. In this episode we see a couple enjoying the cuisine of a lunar restaurant at the crater Tycho. Watch Video ›
Elton Pereira, CEO of ParetoLogic Inc. takes a dive into Victoria’s inner harbour, as part of a charity fundraiser for “Power to Be.” www.powertobe.ca Watch Video ›
First person view of going the wrong way on an escalator under Montreal. During Worldcon 67 (August 2009). Watch Video ›
Sombrio Beach is an excellent beach on the west coast of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. It’s about a 2 hour drive north of Victoria BC, on Highway 14. The beach is great for hikers. You can walk along the beach itself, or along the hiking trails above the beach. It’s all part of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail. The waves are often high enough for surfing, but the number of rocks in the water should keep amateurs like me out of the surf, choosing instead sandy beaches such as Long Beach, BC or Cox Bay, BC. There are a few minor caves along the beach, and one significant cave at the southern part of the beach. Cave ins have changed the shape of the cave significantly since we first went in it in the mid 90’s. If you go through the cave, you come up to the next beach, which features a waterfall pouring into the ocean. If you’re on the trails, you can see the waterfall from the side or from above. Watch Video ›
Stop Motion Lego animation. Watch Video ›
An impromptu hockey game on Panama Flats, Victoria BC. December 2009. Casey Bolton, Craig Vanderlinden, Karl Johanson, Kevin Tillapaugh, Melinda Louis, Myron Pereira, Vince Liu, Vince Louie. I decided to just skate out in the middle of the game with the camera. Watch Video ›
The title pretty much describes it. Watch Video ›
An excerpt from the panel “The End of the World,” at Conversion Con 2006 in Calgary, Alberta. Panelists left to right: Jeff Krehmer, Larry Niven, William Gibson, Karl Johanson and Scott Barker. Video recorded by Jeff Krehmer. Still photo taken by Stephanie Ann Johanson. Watch Video ›
We don’t get snow here that regularly, so we usually use shovels to clear it. We got this snow blower two years ago, then finally had opportunity to use it today (Nov 25, 2010). Never used one before. This is way faster and (more importantly) way easier on the back. The camera is waterproof, so no damage was done at 40 seconds. The mailman came by while I was having a turn. He saw the idiot grin on my face & said, “that looks really fun!” He also asked if I could walk it in front of him while he finished his route: ) It would have been nice to have one of these in 1996, when we got a meter of snow in one night. I’d like to try a few of these in a snow fight some day. Watch Video ›
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