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A short fictional ‘thought experiment.’ Nearly 2,000 years in the future, a young brother and sister come across an ancient laptop from the early 2000s. On it, they observe the works and happenings of obscured individuals who came before them.
As China enters its eighth week of quarantine, people across the country are turning to Tik Tok for a comedic reprieve.
A Soviet cosmonaut who is stranded in space discovers a voice in the distance. | Into the Silent Sea
Into the Silent Sea is used with permission from Andrej Landin. Learn more at http://omele.to/35qc5Wt. THE BEST OF OMELETO » Celebrities on Omeleto: http://omele.to/celebrities » Top-Rated Films: http://omele.to/toprated » Official Selection: http://omele.to/officialselection OMELETO ON SOCIAL Instagram: http://instagram.com/omeletocom Twitter: http://twitter.com/omeletocom Facebook: … Continue reading
By Jessica Stewart on May 6, 2020 “A hare’s dream” GNPY 2020, Peter Lindel, GDT. Overall Winner. European hare in the north of Dortmund. “Dreamy, curious, careful, anxious. These are the adjectives that I find to describe the expression of … Continue reading
Disclaimer : There is no green screen or post-production involved in this video Behind the scenes : vimeo.com/244240335 PASSAGE is an artistic short movie involving elements of dance and new technologies. The first of its kind, it has been shot … Continue reading
Steampunk is fiction…or is it fact? Dr. Brandy Schillace takes the audience along a fascinating investigation into the true tales of Steampunk Science in her 2015 TEDxCLE talk. Historian and author Dr. Schillace writes about intersections of medicine, history, and … Continue reading
If Igor Verny’s dragonflies and birds have difficulty taking flight, they may need a few squirts of WD-40 to get their metallic wings flapping. The Russian artist (previously) assembles steampunk-inspired sculptures that are fully articulated and can be shaped into … Continue reading
A data entry clerk reaches through his computer screen for a genuine connection. | Contractor 014352
Rising British music and film star Johnny Flynn stars in a warmly philosophical sci-fi flight of fancy about two lonely, random souls finding connection — and inspiration — in a world governed by increasingly impersonal layers of technology. At heart, … Continue reading
Dark matter, supermassive black holes, galaxies, stars, magnetic fields—The Next Generation’s project, called Illustris or IllustrisTNG, has managed to fit the entire universe into a cube. This impressive feat is the most advanced simulation of the universe and its evolution … Continue reading
In a BBC Horizon documentary in 1964, Arthur C. Clarke gives his vision for a city of the future with remarkable foresight.