Remember Teddy Ruxpin, the animated talking teddy bear from the 80's? Well, he's back, and even more creepy, with fully animated digital eyes, hitting store shelves in 2017.
Though currently a prototype, they seem keen to keep the creepy eyes an integral part of the bear in the future, as they brought one out for the public at a trade show recently:
I feel like we've seen how this ends already...
This is what drones were really made for.
Visual effects team Corridor Digital has produced an action packed video about a bunch of Parrot drones and remote controlled cars battling "battery bandits" to save the life of their teddy bear friend.
Think "Toy Story," but with a lot more explosions and some '80s montage music.
You can watch the creators talk more about the drones use in the video and how it was made here.
In carrying on the North American tradition of Teddy Bear Toss in December, the fans of the Canadian major junior ice hockey team Calgary Hitmen threw more than 21,000 teddy bears onto the ice during their home game against Kootenay Ice yesterday.
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