Indonesia court upholds Widodo's presidential victory
Indonesia's highest court unanimously upholds last month's presidential election result, paving the way for Joko Widodo to take over as leader of the world's third largest democracy. Sarah Toms reports.
Cute chihuahua puppy is given wheels to move independently
A chihuahua born without front legs has been given his mobility - using skateboard wheels. Turbo-Roo is now getting to grips with life on wheels after a kind-hearted designer made him a prosthetic to help him get around the state of Indiana. The puppy was given up four weeks after he was born by owners unable to take care of him. He was taken to Downtown Veterinary in Indianapolis, USA, where kind-hearted vet technician Ashley Looper adopted him. Since then he has become a online sensation with his own Facebook and Instagram pages.
Footage: Ashley Looper, Producer: Jack McKay, Editor: Joshua Douglas.
Gears of War: Judgment" takes you back before events of the original "Gears of War" trilogy to the immediate aftermath of Emergence Day – the defining event of the "Gears of War" universe. Follow Kilo Squad, led by Damon Baird and Augustus "The Cole Train" Cole, as they fight to save the city of Halvo Bay from an unstoppable enemy in the most intense ‘Gears’ game yet.
Visual Effects and Cinematics focuses on the efforts to which Rockstar Studios has gone to bring a unique and powerfully cinematic presentation style to the fluid and sophisticated gunplay of Max Payne 3. The video highlights the real time motion-comic panel generator that updates the graphic novel style cutscenes made famous by the original games, as well as a series of innovations that move the game seamlessly from cutscene to gunplay and from one chapter to the next, putting greater emphasis on the moment-to-moment shooting action, and keeping the player locked into Max’s dark and troubled narrative.
Fresh from unleashing its latest high-tech cleaners, the DC47 cylinder vacuum and the DC50 upright vacuum cleaner, Dyson set its engineers another challenge – with a bit of a twist.
The objective was to design a remote controlled car using a ball and spare Dyson parts. The British electronics giant had over 50 engineers take part and, after three weeks of development, the winning car was chosen.
Made up of different mechanics and Dyson parts, the team took an iterative approach engineering a robust and highly manoeuvrable vehicle. Check out the video for all the action.