Tag Archives: space

Carl Sagan on Extraterrestrials

26 Jun

An audio recording of Carl Sagan on the topic of extraterrestrials turned into a beautifully vivd animation.

Based on the youtube channel “Blank on Blank” which turns audio recordings of famous figures into psychedelic animations in order to help expand and get the overall message and/or wisdom of the topic across with better success.

Tangerine Dream – “Origin of Supernatural Probabilities”

8 May

From 1967 German electronic space/cosmic band Tangerine Dream, off there album “Zeit”

Dumbo Gets Mad: Thank You Neil

21 Mar

“Neil” in this case is Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Video by Michele Vitobello

Dan Deacon: U.S.A.

4 Jan

Aired in 2013.

List of videos in this Off the Air special music video:

El hombre y la Tierra excerpt
Radical Updates by Andrew Benson
Cityscape Chicago by Eric Hines
Space Station footage supplied by Image Science and Analysis Laboratory at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center; Groosland by Dutch National Ballet, footage provided by Poorhouse International, Ltd.; CGI space objects by Adam Bruneau
American Harvest film supplied by Prelinger Archives
Head On by Lior Ben Horin
Murmuration by Liberty Smith and Sophie Windsor Clive
Cy’s Sunrise Lefts by Cyrus Sutton and Korduroy.tv
Moonwalk performance by Dean Potter, cinematography by Reel Walter Productions, Ltd.
Primavera concert videos by Tom Bingham, Gill Austin, Jonathan Rej, and Jeff Crocker
Stone Mountain Ghillie Suits feat. Cody DeMatteis and Zach White, cinematography by Alan Steadman

Corbu – Prism

22 Nov

Following up from last week’s Corbu video, we have another astronaut adventure to show.

Directed & animated by Daniel Cordero, with Manuel Casares and Antonio Corral
Story by Corbu

Corbu – Battles

15 Nov

Directed and animated by Daniel Cordero
Story by Corbu

From the debut album Crayon Soul, mixed by Dave Fridmann, released on August 5th, 2016. If you are curious about the album and its cinematic manifestation, you can read an interview with the duo.

Gravitational Waves Interactive Animation by moropologo on SketchFab

12 Feb

Yesterday, scientists from the  Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced the detection of gravitional waves from the violent merging of two black holes in deep space. How cool is that? Scientists describe the finding as discovering an entirely new way to view the universe.

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