1. DloG - Plus tôt que l'aube ( Aetoms Remix ) - Hominem Vs Dominum - 2010

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    DloG - Plus tôt que l'aube ( Aetoms Remix ) - Hominem Vs Dominum - 2010 Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Aetoms/179641238729039 Soundcloud : http://www.soundcloud.com/aetoms

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    • Space - Scientific animation

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      This is scientific animations which I have created with Maciej Frolow for Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences ichf.edu.pl Lonely particles of hydrocarbons are constantly traveling around in space.They collide with each other creating more complex particles. This could be source of life building organic particles on Earth. It was rigged, animated and rendered in MODO 801. HDRI Map creation - Maciej Frolow

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      • ATOMIC CRESCENDO

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        According to the Big Bang theory, after inflation stopped, the universe consisted of a quark–gluon plasma, as well as all other elementary particles. A few seconds later, quarks and gluons combined to form baryons such as protons and neutrons. The first nuclei were formed about three minutes after the Big Bang; neutrons combined with protons to form the hydrogen and helium content of the first stars. This process is called Big Bang nucleosynthesis. In the Big Bang nucleosynthesis isotopes of hydrogen and helium, with trace amounts of lithium, were formed. This process peaked after about five minutes. Any leftover neutrons underwent negative beta decay with a half-life of about a thousand seconds, releasing a proton and electron in the process. For about the next 300,000 to 400,000 years, the excess electrons remained too energetic to bind with atomic nuclei. What followed is a period known as recombination, when neutral atoms were formed and the expanding universe became transparent to radiation. Roughly one million years after the Big Bang, the first generation of stars began to form. With the formation of stars, heavier nuclei were created from hydrogen and helium by stellar nucleosynthesis. Stellar nucleosynthesis is the process by which new nuclei are produced by nuclear reactions. It occurs naturally in stars during stellar evolution. It is responsible for the galactic abundances of elements from carbon to iron. Supernova nucleosynthesis occurs in explosive environments in supernovae, in which the elements between magnesium and nickel are synthesized. Supernova nucleosynthesis is also thought to be responsible for the creation of elements heavier than iron and nickel, including formation of the heaviest elements known in the solar system, such as the long-lived primordial element radionuclides uranium and thorium. In a flight of imagination to the beginning of the universe submerge your mind in the vastness of the newly formed space. Imagine you can see the constituents of the first atoms: electrons, protons, and neutrons. Now imagine the first atom as an electron surrounding a proton: hydrogen has been created…Add a second proton and two neutrons to the hydrogen nucleus, then add another electron around it, and helium is formed…And as the daydream continues the next element can be created by the addition of one proton and one neutron to the nucleus, and one electron to the orbit, and so on until the entire periodic table is formed. This visualization of an atom as a central nucleus with a number of electrons revolving around it in definite orbits (the Rutherford and Bohr planetary model) was the best theory explaining the atomic structure in the 20th century, until deeper analyses were done under the light of quantum mechanics. The electron is now described as having a dual nature: it behaves both as a particle and as a wave. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle led to calculation of electronic positions in terms of probabilities, rather than a distinct position in space defined by the co-ordinates x, y and z. By applying Schrödinger’s wave equation the electron behaviour is mathematically expressed as a wave function. The square of the wave function is the probability of finding the electron at a particular position, and it is also called probability density of the electron. The different probability densities are named orbitals. The planetary model is now only used as a visual aid (an artistic representation) to roughly understand the structure of the atom. It has no meaning in the real world.

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        • Porphycene - Scientific animation

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          This is scientific animations which I have created with Maciej Frolow for Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences ichf.edu.pl This schot is showing Porphycene particle. This particle shows quantum tunneling of protons within inner ring. Once it settles down on copper plate this phenomenon they stop doing this. Moving one atom of copper near is activating tunnelling again. It was rigged, animated and rendered in MODO 801.

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          • Molecular Motors

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            This is scientific animation which I have created with Tomasz Lechociński for the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences ichf.edu.pl Molecular motors tested at the Institute are composed of dozens of atoms of molecules of liquid crystal SmC *. They form the equivalent of a propeller biplane charges of varying length. When evaporating water molecules strike the "propeller" asymmetry makes the whole chain begins to spin around their "anchor". Modeling, riging, animation done in MODO 801 by Maciej Frolow Animation consulting: Tomasz Lechociński Software: The Foundry Modo Renderfarm: GarageFarm

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            • Every atom of your body was once a part of the stars! Discover this wonderful wallpaper collection of Vatos.

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              Atomic. Everything exists out of Atoms, everything you breathe and feel. Atoms are the past and the future, atoms are everywhere. This new contemporary collection of Vatos is made for the future interiors with that new special look, that look that makes you think of some new Utopia where you feel at home. Feeling at home in your own house, feel safe and relaxed. Enjoying the space and live with beauty all around you. The future is creating new looks with respect of all the traditional elements where we grew up with and cherish deeply, what gives us warmth and security. The Atomic collection is made with respect of all this input and thoughts we have from the past till the future, by using new innovative techniques there is in each page something new to discover. New structures, feelings and sensations. From matt to shiny contrasting shimmering bright colors against soft velvet backgrounds.

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              • Dirty Molecules

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                • Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball ( Aetoms Remix )

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                  Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball ( Aetoms Remix ) Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Aetoms/179641238729039 Soundcloud : http://www.soundcloud.com/aetoms We clawed, we chained, our hearts in vain We jumped, never asking why We kissed, I fell under your spell A love no one could deny Don't you ever say I just walked away I will always want you I can't live a lie, running for my life I will always want you I came in like a wrecking ball I never hit so hard in love All I wanted was to break your walls All you ever did was break me Yeah, you wreck me I put you high up in the sky And now, you're not coming down It slowly turned, you let me burn And now, we're ashes on the ground Don't you ever say I just walked away I will always want you I can't live a lie, running for my life I will always want you I came in like a wrecking ball I never hit so hard in love All I wanted was to break your walls All you ever did was break me I came in like a wrecking ball Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung Left me crouching in a blaze and fall All you ever did was break me Yeah, you wreck me I never meant to start a war I just wanted you to let me in And instead of using force I guess I should've let you in I never meant to start a war I just wanted you to let me in I guess I should've let you in Don't you ever say I just walked away I will always want you I came in like a wrecking ball I never hit so hard in love All I wanted was to break your walls All you ever did was break me I came in like a wrecking ball Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung Left me crouching in a blaze and fall All you ever did was break me Yeah, you, you wreck me Yeah, you, you wreck me

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                  • A&S Hall of Fame 2014 - Dr. Keith B. MacAdam

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                    Keith B. MacAdam was born in Rochester, N.Y., attended Swarthmore College and earned a doctorate in Physics in 1971. After research at University of Stirling in Scotland, Yale University, and the University of Arizona, he came to UK as an Assistant Professor in 1977. He built a campus-based research program in experimental atomic-molecular-optical (AMO) physics with students and post-docs, supported by the National Science Foundation and the Research Corporation. He was appointed Professor of Physics in 1986 and was a University Research Professor in 1990-91. MacAdam’s research in crossed-beam collisions between charged particles and laser-excited atoms in highly excited “Rydberg” states was widely recognized in the international AMO physics community. He was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society in 1987. Research in Aarhus, Denmark, Boulder, Colo., and Stockholm, Sweden, extended his international connections. At UK MacAdam was active in all aspects of teaching, research and service. He taught with success at levels from first-year to graduate, and he introduced and continues to teach a non-majors’ physics course “How Things Work.” He served as Chair of the Department of Physics & Astronomy (1997-2001), on the College Executive Committee (Chair, 2007-08) and on many campus-wide committees. MacAdam was honored by the naming of the UK MacAdam Student Observatory, which opened in 2008 to serve the campus and community.

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                    • Atoms

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                      This motion graphics ident is a personal project I used to familiar myself with after effects again. This movie was made in CC with Video Copilot plugins and is attempting to communicate the epic arrival of Atoms Visual Communication Agency.

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