Introduction to Video Mobile
1. Letter from a Thief of video mobile
"Letter from a Thief" is the second single from Chevelle's album, Sci-Fi Crimes. It was released on December 7, 2009. Chevelle originally debuted this track on April 9, 2009 at a concert in Atlanta. Frontman Pete Loeffler said the song is about a personal experience for the band when their gear was stolen in Dallas, and his prized red PRS guitar seen in the video for "Send the Pain Below" was stolen, along with the rest of the band's gear, and returned by a man in California who returned the guitar to PRS after learning it was Loeffler's.
2. Film and art projects of video mobile
2016: La Dada King Deer (short film)
2014: Sophie tanzt trotzdem (video installation)
2013: Fe-Male (short film, video installation)
2012: Marzili Badi (experimental video)
2011: Wasserballett (art video, room installation)
2011: Musemuseum (short documentary)
2011: Muse Bizarre (portrait of a museum)
2010: TV-Stube (art video)
2008: Hierig Heutig (art installation, short film)
2006: Found Footage IXI (art videos, installations, interventions)
2004: Perpetuum Mobile (experimental video)
2002: Onoma (6 short films for Swiss Expo02)
2000: Das Engadiner Wunder (short film, art installation)
1997: Labyrinth-Projektionen (art video)
1998: Little Sister (portmanteau film, co-produced with Thelma Film, Zurich/Switzerland)
1994: Magic Matterhorn (feature documentary, co-produced with Insert Film, Solothurn/Switzerland)
1991: Behind Locked Doors (feature film, co-produced with the German Film and Television Academy Berlin)
1989: Techqua Ikachi, Land - My Life (feature documentary)
3. Magnus Jansson of video mobile
Magnus Jansson is a Swedish award-winning writer, director, artist, animator, and musician who is the co-founder and CEO of The Nuttery Entertainment, a digital-first and fan-centric studio based in Karlstad, Sweden and with offices in Stockholm and Los Angeles. Prior to starting up The Nuttery Entertainment, Magnus was the co-founder and CEO of Assorted Nuts Animation Studios, a CGI studio and producer based in Karlstad, Sweden and also its subsidiary division in the US, Assorted Nuts Entertainment. He attended Karlstad University from where he qualified with a bachelor's degree in Media and Communication Science and a bachelor's degree in Information Systems.
4. Video of video mobile
On November 26, 2015, the video to the song was presented on the ZDFneo channel in the show Neo Magazin Royale.
The video is a spoof on gangster rap and seems to praise the police. However, it also portrays police brutality ("you break law, police breaks your legs", "police has fun"), seemingly with approval. The video shows Bhmermann confronted with a gang of criminals. He calls 110 on his mobile and is transformed into a rapper surrounded by several police officers. The video seemingly "disses" (disrespects) gangsters and their resources by pointing out the vast powers of the police ("you walk your pit bull, police got a hundred kennels full of combat dogs in barracks").
5. Works of video mobile
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (2011 composer)
Hard Reset (2011 sound effects)
Afterfall: Insanity (2011 composer)
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (2014 sound effects)
Ancient Space (2014 composer)
The Witcher: Battle Arena (2015 composer)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015 composer/music director)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Hearts of Stone (2015 composer/music director)
Hard West (2015 composer)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Blood and Wine (2016 composer/music director)
Gloria Victis (2016 main theme)
Full of Stars (2017 composer)
Seven: The Days Long Gone (2017 composer)
Korona krlw (2018 television series composer)
Phantom Doctrine (2018 composer)
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game (2018 composer)
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (2018 composer/music director)
Cyberpunk 2077 (2020 composer)
6. Plot of video mobile
Behnaz Jafari, a popular Iranian actress, searches for a young girl (Marziyeh) in northwestern Iran with her friend Jafar Panahi, a director, after seeing a video of the girl asking for help to leave her conservative family.
The film takes the form of a road movie, much of it taking place in and around Panahi's SUV. Several whimsical encounters take place on the trip, with local characters and traditions. Marziyeh is eventually discovered living, ostracised from the village, with two other aspiring actresses in a tiny house.
7. Speedrun (disambiguation) of video mobile
A speedrun is a play-through of a video game (or a selected part of it) performed with the intent of completing it as fast as possible.
Speedrun or Speed Run may also refer to:
Tool-assisted speedrun, a speedrun performed using special tools
Speed Run (video game), a video game played on Atari 8-bit computers
Mos Speedrun, an 8-bit video game played on mobile devices
SpeedRunners, a video game
One of the following MDV 1200 class fast ferries: HSC Speedrunner I, HSC Speedrunner II, HSC Speedrunner III, HSC Speedrunner IV
8. Track listingMusic video of video mobile
The music video was released over a whole month after the singles release, being released on the 25th January, 2019.
The music video takes homage to "In the End" by Linkin Park. Visual and stylistic references are shown throughout as the band play the song in a desert, intertwined with a dark setting with a visible decaying tree in the background. In the climax, the sun would drop down on the band, draining life from their surroundings and making the playing band turn into dust as the song ends.
As of June 2020, the song has 1.4 million views on YouTube.
9. Revolution (Coldrain song) of video mobile
"Revolution" (stylised as REVOLUTION) is a song by Japanese rock band Coldrain. It is the lead single for their sixth studio album The Side Effects, produced by Michael Baskette, written by Masato Hayakawa and was released on 12 December 2018.
This is, to date, the only single released by Coldrain which wasn't accompanied with a music video at its initial release. The music video would eventually be released on 25 January, 2019.
Stylistically, this approaches a more experimental sound by incorporating some rap elements. This is what would typically associated with the sub-genre of nu metal.
10. Skjern, Denmark of video mobile
Skjern is a railway town located in western Jutland, Denmark with a population of 7,843 (1 January 2020).
It was the main town in the now abolished Skjern Municipality. Since 2007 it has been, with Ringkbing, the joint administrative seat of Ringkbing-Skjern Municipality.
Skjern is served by the Stauning Vestjylland Airport, where Danmarks Flymuseum displaying historic aircraft is also located.
The statue of Holger Danske by Hans Peder Pedersen-Dan was moved to Skjern in 2013 from the Hotel Marienlyst in Helsingr after it was sold on an auction site.
11. Design of video mobile
According to the military expert Igor Korotchenko, director of the Center for Analysis of the World Trade in Arms, the Peresvet combat laser can be successfully used against unmanned aerial vehicles. At the same time, its effectiveness directly depends on environmental conditions; in good weather, it works perfectly, but fog, rain, snow and other adverse weather events can interfere with the passage of the laser beam. The expert also added that such installations consume a lot of electricity, so using them as a portable tool is unlikely to succeed; but in the future they will be able to protect military bases and other locations from penetrations of UAVs into their territory.
12. Discography of video mobile
Time Bomb (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Breakdown (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Freaks (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Possessions (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Lies (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Catastrophe (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Home (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Sometimes (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
What Would You Do (Lindsay Robins, Rob Wells, Christopher Ward)
Through The Mirror (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
I Can't Forget Your Face (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
Terrified (Lindsay Robins, Fred St-Gelais, Christopher Ward)
13. Roposo of video mobile
Roposo, is an Indian video-sharing social media platform, owned by Glance Digital Experience Pvt. Ltd having its registered office at Bengaluru, India. It is a platform where people express visually with homemade videos and photos. Catering to users aged between 15 and 35 years, the app offers a TV-like browsing experience with user-generated content on its channels. Users can also use editing tools on the platform and upload their content.
With 8.5 crore (85 million) users, Roposo provides a space where users can share posts related to different topics like food, comedy, music, poetry, fashion and travel.
14. Career of video mobile
Adams first television guest starring role was in 2001, on the sketch comedy show The Andy Dick Show. She then booked a series regular role in 2002 on the UPN Networks wrestling show, Urban Wrestling Alliance. Adams had a leading role in music videos for stars including Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Mya, Jagged Edge, Snoop Dogg, The Calling, Dirty Vegas, and K-Ci. In 2003, Adams was notably on Season 1 of ABC's "The Bachelor" - and she was the first kiss in the shows history. In 2020 Adams released a short-film titled Heavens Revenge.
15. Sanctuary (app) of video mobile
Sanctuary is a mobile app focusing on astrology and mystical services. Users enter their birthday, time of birth, and place of birth information into the app and receive a birth chart as well as daily horoscope readings. Users can also sign up for a monthly membership and receive on-demand astrological readings via a text message format. The service has been described as being Talkspace for astrology" and "Uber for astrological readings". The mobile app uses an A.I.-driven interface.
On May 14 2019, Apple featured Sanctuary as the App of the Day.
16. Britglyph of video mobile
Britglyph was a collaborative locative art and geoglyph project created by Alfie Dennen for ShoZu which took place in the United Kingdom between December 2008 and March 2009. Participants were instructed to travel to specific locations across the country with a rock or stone taken from near where they live. Once at the designated spot, the participants would capture a photograph or video of themselves and the rock and upload that to the main website, leaving the rock at the new location. As these media were added to the main site, the image of a watch and chain inspired by John Harrison's marine chronometer H5 was drawn on the main project website, with the rocks creating a geoglyph on the Earth's surface
17. Louise O'Sullivan (businesswoman) of video mobile
Louise O'Sullivan (born 1973) is an Irish telecommunications executive. She is the Founder and CEO of Anam Technologies, a Dublin-based firm which develops secure SS7 and SMS systems for mobile network operators. O'Sullivan entered the telecommunications field in 1995 and founded Anam Technologies in 1999. She left Anam in 2003 to start a family and, before returning in 2012, opened a restaurant, a music business, and a media firm. She is a vocal advocate for gender parity in the IT industry. In 2015 she was named one of the 50 Most Inspiring Women in European Tech by Inspiring Fifty.
18. Awards of video mobile
At the 2nd Annual Streamy Awards on Sunday, 11 April 2010, at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, California, Jansson was awarded the Streamy Award for Best Animation in a Web-Series by the International Academy of web television for the online series The Goob after the animated series first became a successful mobile download in 2008 achieving over five million mobile downloads in its first year. Jansson's creation, The Goob, which premiered in the US on Strike.TV, also holds the distinction of being the world's first animated video-blogger and was signed as a recording artist for EMI where the character released 2 singles.
19. Animation Entertainment of video mobile
In 1998, realizing the potential in the growing CGI industry, Jansson left Software Development behind and began working in advertising as a freelance digital artist, supplying ad-agencies with custom 3D solutions.
In 2002, Jansson founded Assorted Nuts Animation Studios in Karlstad, and later opened an Assorted Nuts office in Los Angeles. In 2012, Jansson formed Assorted Nuts Entertainment, a new division of Assorted Nuts studios but based in Santa Monica.
In April 2016, he left Assorted Nuts and started up The Nuttery Entertainment, a digital-first studio focusing on animation and music-based entertainment.
20. SCP - Secret Laboratory of video mobile
SCP Secret Laboratory is a free indie supernatural horror multiplayer video game developed by Northwood Studios. It is based on the single-player game SCP - Containment Breach, which is itself based on the paranormal fictional stories of the SCP Foundation website. The game is played in 3D from a first person perspective and the player is either D-Class Personnel, Scientist, Facility Guard, Nine-Tailed Fox Agent, Chaos Insurgency Agent, or an SCP entity. The game has a procedurally generated play area created from a random selection of pre-existing rooms and hallways that are strung together to create the facility which is played in.