The Best Entries of the #ZeroGravityContest So Far
by Dan Casey on September 16, 2013
Gravity may be a constant, but time to enter our epically awesome #ZeroGravityContest is running out at 9.8 m/s/s! You may be saying, “What Gravity contest are you talking about, Dan?” To which I’d reply, “Ugh, come on, Karen, we’ve been over this. We teamed up with Warner Bros. and director Alfonso Cuarón for a month-long contest in which we ask you, the reader, to submit a video/photo/diorama of what zero gravity means to you.” At that point you may be thinking, “Well, that sounds well and good, but who’s judging it?” But I’m telepathic, so I’d beam the names “Freddie Wong, Matt Mira, Grant Imahara, and Bobak Ferdowsi” directly into your frontal lobe.
Had enough hypotheticals? Me, too. Here’s something that isn’t hypothetical: the winner will be featured on the Nerdist Channel and Nerdist.com, and will receive a one-on-one science experience with Bobak Ferdowsi. The #ZeroGravityContest waits for no man, and fortunately some of you didn’t wait either, so we decided to round up our favorite entries so far. Take a look at the official contest video to refresh your memory then rejoice in their weightless majesty.
The official contest video:
Matt Mira may be a judge, but he’s also laid down the gauntlet:
— Matt Mira (@MattMira) September 13, 2013
Our favorite entries so far:
- Stefan (@Stefman398) September 6, 2013
- Pete (@BlazeDAkush) September 6, 2013
- Jonathan (@JonathanChase11) September 7, 2013
There you have it, folks! Think you can do better? Tweet your entry using the hashtag #ZeroGravityContest by September 25th, 2013 and you could win a feature on Nerdist.com and the Nerdist Channel and a one-on-one science experience with that mohawked mystery man, Bobak Ferdowsi.
Which entry is your favorite? Are you looking forward to Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity? Let us know in the comments below!