A story of people sharing meaningful moments.
The Ostrich danced by Charles Moore (1932)
Charles Moore, from the film Dance Black America (1983)
Moving like the big bird...
'Now is the time': watch Chloé Lopes Gomes' performance in support of Black Lives Matter (2020)
Ocean of books
Thousand of books organized by similarities.
Those wonderful spaces
Massimo Listri, photographer
Those wonderful old places, like libraries and palaces, around the world...
as seen by Listri's expert eye
Wynton Marsalis - Jazz in Marciac 2009
Playing with tones...
PERIODIC TABLE OF SPECTRA
THE unique fingerprint of every single element in the Universe
Why Electrical Devices Killed So Many Edwardians
Watch as Dr Suzannah Lipscomb delves into the Edwardian world of electricity and the horrors that came with it.
Music from the atomic spectra
Sonification of spectroscopic atomic data, software+performance
The most isolated house in the world
Definition os "alone"
My Bird Budy
My friends, the birds...
Through a digital hole
"How Deep Is Your Love" - Bee Gees (Cover) ft.
Stan Taylor Brother Stone & The Get Down
Cars of the future, as seen in 1948
It's always a matter of sheer imagination
Shinning since 1901...
Kids in Lumiere films (1896) now in [4K, 60 fps, color]
Nineteenth century videos. Back to life
A time machine...
Symphony of Science
A music project created by Washington-based electronic musician John D. Boswell.
Amazing way to put music on science's words... fascinating.
The project seeks to "spread scientific knowledge and philosophy through musical remixes."
Museum of early consumer electronics
Earth Views: Earth From Space Seen From The ISS
Earth from up there...
Snow fight (1897)
Les Lumière... obviously
Coloured by не.чб
This is just life.
"Woolf Works" ballet
Art. Body. Bliss.
Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (1896)
The Lumière Brothers modified by Denis Shiryaev
Epur si mouve... Like we will see it today, at 40K and 60 frames per second...
Brillant time machine...
The secret of the synchronized pendulums
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