Ready to explore the Red Planet? Louis Vuitton constantly pushes the boundaries of their universe, this time inviting us to Mars on a sublime, contemplative journey produced by Maneki Lab. The film features a CGI tour comprised from actual satellite photos and digital mapping taken of
real places around the planet, now with an added 3D, motion element. <iframe src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/52230493?byline=0&portrait=0&badge=0″ width=”486″ height=”273″ frameborder=”0″ webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe>
Gary Farlow and his team of 10 are able to transform the body’s vasculature, and nearly all of its other parts, into an ornate borosilicate glass sculptures, from the heart’s ventricles to the brain’s circle of Willis for science and medical training.
Their anatomically correct models can be designed to simulate blood flow, teach placement of catheters and angioplasty devices, or simply test or demo new surgical gizmos. If it wasn’t for the 25,000 dollar price tag, this might even work as a high-class Halloween brandy decanter.
It’s not everyday you get to experience a piece of history rolling through your city streets. A total of 15 photographers and tons of camera equipment were able to capture the move from LAX to its permanent home at the California Science Center in Downtown LA in this awesome time lapse video. Click here for video.
FOLLOWING ON FROM THE FIRST CLIP I POSTED FROM “WONDERS OF THE UNIVERSE” IN WHICH PROFESSOR BRIAN COX EXPLAINED HOW ALL OF THE DIFFERENT ELEMENTS ARE MADE, IN THIS CLIP FROM THE SERIES, BRIAN EXPLAINS EXACTLY HOW WE ARE ABLE TO DEDUCE WHAT ANY STAR IS MADE OF JUST BY ANALYZING THEIR LIGHT. REAL THOUGHT PROVOKING STUFF!
imagination. I have once imagined that I create a room full of fluffy clouds in which I can sleep on or formulate a room full of various weather conditions! May I introduce you to Berndnaut Smilde, the photographer who made my imagination a reality by controlling the temperature and humidity of a room. Although the conditions in the room only allow them to be present temporarily, the formation of these clouds make it hard not to dismiss the science behind it all and just take in the beauty of the moment.