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jtotheizzoe:

wetwareontologies:

Cells cultured along origami seams, prodded to self assemble into 3D shapes. Future applications include organ growth and drug delivery.

Awesome! If you missed this cellular origami technique a couple weeks ago, you can read about it in this post of mine from a couple weeks ago. On a side note, I’m always happy when people turn science into GIFs.

jtotheizzoe:

What’s that? You want your bouncing water droplets in GIF form?

Ok then.

Look how little they get! They’re like Russian nesting dolls made of liquid.

radiomaru:

These are all from the camera tests done a few weeks before filming officially began. Everyone was a little in awe of 19-yr-old Brie Larson walking in and owning the room.

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oh-totoro:

Hmmm, even though I came up with the idea, I wasn’t going to make any more of these as they’ve become seriously overused and tedious, but I just saw this scene and couldn’t resist, sorry! Please forgive me! ^__^ xoxox

oh-totoro:

Hmmm, even though I came up with the idea, I wasn’t going to make any more of these as they’ve become seriously overused and tedious, but I just saw this scene and couldn’t resist, sorry! Please forgive me! ^__^ xoxox

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insecureillustrator:

I am so done with this gif! BLUH! I thought it’d take a couple of hours; how in the Furthest Ring did it take several days? Urgh! I had been considering doing more of these “inside-out speech bubbles” for several of the update hashtags and stringing them together, but to hell with all that finicky rigmarole! Animation is hard! …Although, damnit now I kinda want to animate more. How does this make sense, brain? Stupid self.
Dave’s handwriting font by k8! Thanks k8!

insecureillustrator:

I am so done with this gif! BLUH! I thought it’d take a couple of hours; how in the Furthest Ring did it take several days? Urgh! I had been considering doing more of these “inside-out speech bubbles” for several of the update hashtags and stringing them together, but to hell with all that finicky rigmarole! Animation is hard! …Although, damnit now I kinda want to animate more. How does this make sense, brain? Stupid self.

Dave’s handwriting font by k8! Thanks k8!

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rogervonbiersborn:

here’s another promo thing i made for MTV. space!

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jtotheizzoe:

Rockin’ Moon
Tomorrow marks the second full moon in the calendar month of August, known as a “blue moon”.  It’s not really that rare an event, as we discussed yesterday when talking about “other” full moons … sort of. It’s definitely part of American folklore, though, thanks to its romantic musical history.
I was reminded by the great Phil Plait of an interesting fact about full moons. We know that the Moon is “tidally locked” to Earth, always showing the same face since its rotation matches our own. But it’s not perfect. Thanks to a something called lunar libration, the Moon sort of oscillates in its elliptical orbit, and we are able to see slightly more than half its face throughout the year.
It’s illustrated in the GIF above (an even better one here that was too big to post), but if you want to see some HD video action showing you the phase of the moon in every hour of 2012, take a deep breath and head over to the Bad Astronomy blog.
(via Discover Magazine, image via Wikipedia)

jtotheizzoe:

Rockin’ Moon

Tomorrow marks the second full moon in the calendar month of August, known as a “blue moon”.  It’s not really that rare an event, as we discussed yesterday when talking about “other” full moons … sort of. It’s definitely part of American folklore, though, thanks to its romantic musical history.

I was reminded by the great Phil Plait of an interesting fact about full moons. We know that the Moon is “tidally locked” to Earth, always showing the same face since its rotation matches our own. But it’s not perfect. Thanks to a something called lunar libration, the Moon sort of oscillates in its elliptical orbit, and we are able to see slightly more than half its face throughout the year.

It’s illustrated in the GIF above (an even better one here that was too big to post), but if you want to see some HD video action showing you the phase of the moon in every hour of 2012, take a deep breath and head over to the Bad Astronomy blog.

(via Discover Magazine, image via Wikipedia)

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