Thursday, 7 October 2010
Mind boggling abstract surreal computer graphic simulations of cellular activity on the microscopic and molecular scale offers intriguing viewing.
The video here is an edited compilation of complimentary medical science animations of the molecular movements of sub-cellular activity that are happening every second of our lives within our bodies.
This media art show-reel was specifically designed for museum and art gallery presentation with the goal of reaching public audiences who do not usually seek out or are exposed to the details of scientific knowledge.
This profoundly compelling animation was created by Drew Barry, the almost hypnotizing sound design by Francois Tetaz and the time lapse Mitosis by Professor Jeremy Pickett-Heaps.