November 16, 2009 / by James Whatley">James Whatley / NaVloPoMo, Video / 11 Comments

Unknown

I can’t tell you what this is.
I can’t tell you where it is either.
I can’t even tell you where it came from.

What I can tell you is that I was given this piece of footage under the strictest of confidence. Publishable, yes. But that is all.

No further information is allowed to be given.

I can’t wait for it to hit…
It’s going to be stunning.

What do you think?

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11 comments on “Unknown”

  1. mac says:

    pikmin goes large?

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  2. Denny says:

    Some sort of siege catapult after being fired? 🙂

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  3. mydogminton says:

    Hmmmm… very intriguing. Looks like it might be a giant flower bud that’s going to open up or something. The movement doesn’t look random enough to be wind. Perhaps it’s a massive, inverted metronome?

    When can you say more? Is there a date when it’s going to “hit”?

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  4. I’m going to stake a guess at some sort of energy generation…… possibly something to do with the rotation of the earth or similar…….

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  5. mattinx says:

    Great choice of soundtrack there…
    Definitely looks like some sort of inverted pendulum, although it could be an enormous palm frond 🙂

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  6. that’s my guess too – generating energy from a combination of wind & foucault (?) motion!?

    looks very interesting, and I look forward to hearing more!

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  7. Kosso says:

    It’s a full size Google Map pin!!

    That, or some cool local wifi sharing wafter 😉

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  8. Michael Hell says:

    not sure what it is, but it’s hypnotizing .. O.o

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  9. Benny says:

    I knew I left my mega wobblenator 300 somewhere.

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