New drone footage released by Chinese media yesterday show a remarkable driveway carved out of a cliff. The incredible clip is believed to capture the Guoliang tunnel in central China. View original article at Daily Mail Online

Drone pilot Matthew Roberts just delivered another stunning fly-over of the still-under-construction Apple Campus 2 — often called the “Spaceship Campus.”The 4K video, shot sometime in September, shows an almost completely covered circle, rising workout and maintenance facilities, a near-complete product launch auditorium, a parking garage that can hold 11,000(!) cars and nearly covered tunnels. There are also a number of adjacent Apple buildings rising along Tantau Avenue.Apple’s new main building, a gargantuan circle, is almost completely covered in solar panels, trees are being planted on the grounds…

It wasn’t until well into Tom Cruise’s career, with the first Mission: Impossible, that huge stunts became part of his repertoire. Our CineFix series, Art of the Scene, looks at the stunt that defined his transition to action star: the heist from CIA headquarters. The white-room heist in Mission: Impossible was the culmination of studio deals, script rewrites, a lot of homages to movie history, and some exemplary work by stunt and editing crews.  Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube View original article at Mashable

For those who have never seen footage from the World Rope Skipping Championships, the Swedish rope skipping team’s from August is a fun place to the start.  Their routine was a combination of dance, gymnastics and double-dutch performed to the tune of Usher and Lil Jon’s “Yeah!” Sweden did not win the World Rope Skipping Championship, though. Instead China’s Hong Kong team took home the gold with their team’s winning choreography.  The cinematic art behind the ‘Mission: Impossible’ vault heist Apple’s incredible space campus is almost ready for…

By 2020, there will be more than 7 million drones in US skies alone. Hobby flying is booming. With ever greater numbers of untrained operators has come increasing numbers of accidents, as well as some hair-raising near-misses with commercial planes. While some countries allow drone flight pretty much anywhere, many countries are quickly creating laws to limit their use. You don’t have to get the attention of your local aviation administration to land in jail. It could happen because you run afoul of non-drone laws. These include things…