Monthly Archives: November 2019

Déjeuner sur l’herbe – Animation Short Film 2019 – GOBELINS

Un scientifique émérite voit ses convictions s’effondrer lors d’un déjeuner sur l’herbe. A brilliant scientist sees his convictions crumble during a picnic at the lake. Réalisateurs / Directors: Jules BOURGES, Jocelyn CHARLES, Nathan HARBONN VIAUD, Pierre ROUGEMONT Contact de l’équipe … Continue reading

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SISTER: An Intimate Stop-Motion Short About a Family During China’s One-Child Policy

Animator Siqi Song explores the deeply personal implications of China’s One Child Policy in her powerful animated short, SISTER. The film uses felt stop-motion animation to tell the story of a family that conceived two children during the years—1979 to … Continue reading

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My State of Consciousness: Lucid Dreaming | Habiba Awada | TEDxPhoeniciaU

While we are mostly unaware of our nightly dreams while we dream, Tim Post has trained countless individuals around the world to attain dream awareness in dreams. Remarkably, “lucid” dreamers can learn to consciously reshape their dreams while dreaming and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Manchester Christmas Markets: 20 Years Old! —

Mulled wine, wooden huts and a festive feel in the air! via Happy Birthday Manchester Christmas Markets: 20 Years Old! —

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Rio de Janeiro Carnival – Band Practice — Wilbur’s Travels

When in Rio in November 2018, we ventured down to the waterfront of Guanabara Bay near to Santos Dumont Airport, the main domestic hub for the Brazilian city, where we had landed from Iguazu and had witnessed planes taking off … Continue reading

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The Architect of Modern Algorithms – Quanta

Good code has both substance and style. It provides all necessary information, without extraneous details. It bypasses inefficiencies and bugs. It is accurate, succinct and eloquent enough to be read and understood by humans. But by the late 1960s, advances … Continue reading

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Have you ever seen 3D Shadow Puppetry?

Pupperoos On 26th -31st August 2015, the London School of Puppetry (LSP) ran a week-long programme on the Art of Puppetry in Education and Therapy, focusing on shadow puppetry. This video shows the participants creating 3D shadows using baskets, nature … Continue reading

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Photographer Tim Flach Highlights Unusual and Endangered Birds in Striking Portraits

London-based photographer Tim Flach travels the world capturing the nuanced expressions, unique patterning, and unusual profiles of animals large and small. Often focusing his lens on endangered and vulnerable species, Flach highlights the traits of animals that are at risk of … Continue reading

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We go way beyond just “passing the golden butter” in this video to explore the musical aspects of these rhythms and how we can apply them in real world scenarios, with a significant stress on how a polyrhythm can be … Continue reading

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Yayoi Kasuma Infinity Mirrors Exhibit Cleveland

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