Video of Honeycomb Arriving at Building 44


We’ve already seen the picture, but if pictures are worth a thousand words, then 35 seconds of video should be worth 35,000. Here’s the arrival of the Honeycomb statute at Building 44 courtesy of Andy Rubin himself. He’s a proud soul, isn’t he? I can’t decide what’s more awesome: the statue or the fact that a guy in a bumble bee costume was riding a bike and dancing. Check it out above. [Google]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Well technically wouldn’t 1 second of video be around 15 frames? So there would be 15 pictures per second times 35 seconds, or 525 pictures. So it would be worth 525,000 words. :p

  2. You’re right, actually. My photog ignorance shines through in this post. :-P

  3. ooo a viennese table! The best part of the wedding!

  4. I would like to watch it, unfortunately my Honeycomb Xoom doesn’t allow me to do so.

  5. actually its 23,976 fps that would make it worth around 839 000 words

  6. That’s a wasp, they don’t make honey.

  7. But two similar images probably says most of the same words, so I would guess this video is worth around 100.000

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