1. Drop Out

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    Homepage: http://drop-out.at A baby doll struggles with its destiny in a world ruled by Eugenics through a mechanical apparatus represented by awakened surveillance cameras. A 3D animation with a real background miniature set, nothing except the baby dolls and surveillance cameras is 3D. A project by 6 students from the University of Applied Sciences Hagenberg. Direction: Rafael Mayrhofer Surveillance Camera: Katja Flachberger Special doll: Sven Skoczylas Doll crowd: Johannes Eichberger Miniature Set: Rafael Mayrhofer, Jennifer Weixler Photography: Rafael Mayrhofer, Jennifer Weixler, Bernadette Fellner

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    • Evolve

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      Design and Direction: Luciana Eguti, Paulo Muppet Animation: Paulo Muppet, Pedro Eboli, Antonio Linhares, William Iamazi Ferro, Rafael Gallardo Assistant Animator: Fernando Finamore Additional Design: Rafael Gallardo Compositing: Luciana Eguti, Paulo Muppet Music and Sound Design: Felipe Grytz - Varanda Trilhas Sonoras 2010

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      • Racial Draft - Natural Selection of the Millenia

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        Local professor wins Nobel Peace prize after proving that Taxonomy is the fundamental foundation for discrimination, which has nefariously evolved into the science of prejudice.

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        • Say Hello to the Junco (Intro/Trailer)

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          Introduce yourself to one of North America's most common and abundant groups of songbirds, the Juncos! Readily observed in backyards, city parks, and forests alike, these little gray birds---sometimes called "Snowbirds"---can be easily overlooked. But for scientists who study animal behavior, ecology, and evolutionary biology, the Junco is a rockstar. This segment serves as a preview to our feature-length (88 min) film, which is comprised of shorter modules (3 to 18 min.) that was designed to bring to life more than 100 years of groundbreaking research in animal behavior, evolution, and ecology featuring the "Ordinary Extraordinary Junco." We created the project with both public and student audiences in mind. See our website: www.juncoproject.org, for additional videos, teacher/student resources, and related info. Like us on Facebook for updates!: http://www.facebook.com/JuncoProject Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/JuncoProject

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          • Dan Dennett – Darwin's Strange Inversion of Reasoning

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            “In order to make a perfect and beautiful machine, it is not requisite to know how to make it!” Lecture by Prof. Daniel C. Dennett, part of a series of events titled “Darwin and Beyond” organized by Sabancı University to celebrate the Darwin bicentennial. April 10, 2009, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul. Filmed, edited and subtitled by Deniz Cem Önduygu. Thanks to Eser Aygün, Murat Özsaltık and Amaç Herdağdelen for their help.

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            • NATURAL SELECTION - DENIM CAMPAIGN

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              • NATURAL SELECTION - Cooperative Adaptation

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                Natural Selection is a series of animated vignettes inspired by the work of Charles Darwin. In this vignette, witness the cyclical and delicious relationship between predator and prey.

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                • (2) Appalachian Spring: Long-term Studies at Mountain Lake

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                  For nearly 40 years, Dr. Ellen Ketterson and her research team from Indiana University have been studying juncos in the mountain forests of Virginia. This segment introduces viewers to the junco, the researchers, and the core methods they use to study birds. Set in field, lab, and aviary locations, one landmark study is highlighted in detail: a long-term field experiment investigating the complex effects of the hormone testosterone on behavior, physiology, and evolutionary fitness. See www.juncoproject.org for additional videos, teacher resources, and related info. Like us on Facebook!: facebook.com/JuncoProject Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/JuncoProject

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                  • Macroevolution Part I Phylogenies

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                    This is the first in the series of Macroevolution screencasts. This recording focuses on unique gene pools and genetic variation. The PowerPoint was created by Carol Leibl, who is the National Science Content Director for the National Math and Science Initiative. It is narrated by Robert Dennison who is famous for portraying Charles Darwin at a variety of professional gatherings including the annual convention for The National Association of Biology Teachers.

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                    • Microevolution Part I: Unique Gene Pools

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                      This is the first in the series of Microevolution screencasts. This recording focuses on unique gene pools and genetic variation. The PowerPoint was created by Carol Leibl, who is the National Science Content Director for the National Math and Science Initiative. It is narrated by Robert Dennison who is famous for portraying as Charles Darwin at a variety of professional gatherings including the annual convention for The National Association of Biology Teachers. You are in for quite a treat!

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