1. Lecture – Morphologies of fractures


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    The fractures at the surface of the Earth show complex morphology that is supposed to control earthquake nucleation and propogation and finally rupture arrest. Francois Renard (PGP, UiO, ISTerre, University of Grenoble I & CNRS) describes the fracture morphologies on different scales ranging from the scale of microns to the scale of continents.

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    • Springs, Structure and Holes


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      This is a system made of springs moving under unary forces (gravity). The lines which are used as springs are converted to beams and are analysed structurally to inform the opening of the holes (smaller holes where more force is applied). This model was developed for the Simply Rhino Grasshopper Level 2 Class. It used Rhinoceros3D, Grasshopper, Karamba, Kangaroo and Weaverbird. It is based on experiments by Frei Otto, Gaudi and Jack Munro.

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      • Score for the Big Bang: A Documentary


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        On April 13, 2012 thirty-six vocalists sang the sound of the Big Bang in a historic church in downtown Richmond. For this project artist Ander Mikalson worked with astronomer Mark Whittle, composer James Elliott Shelton, conductor Rebecca Tyree and master organist Michael Simpson to translate the primordial sound into musical notation. This is the universe as voice, through humans, recreating what we've come to understand was present at its birth. The project is the subject of this documentary film that premiered on May 30 at the Science Museum of Virginia.

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        • Newton's 1st Law & FBDs


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          Learn how to draw a free-body diagram (FBD), a way of showing all forces acting on a particular objects. See how Newton's First Law is illustrated through FBDs.

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          • Showing Balanced Forces on FBDs


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            Learn how to use free-body diagrams to illustrate whether an object is in equilibrium or not.

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            • Theo Jansen has a Plastic Menagerie


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              Dutch physicist and inventor Theo Jansen recently spoke to us from his home in The Netherlands about the kinetic creations he brings to life in his Strandbeest project. His wind-walking beach animals are a marvel to catch a glimpse of and were on display at Melbourne's Federation Square where we caught up with them as they marched around.

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              • Eric Allen - Motion Graphics Reel 2012


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                So as a sound designer in the modern world I found myself becoming more and more inspired by what I saw in the world of digital design and motion graphics. Coincidentally, I was fortunate enough to befriend an entire class of Fullsail DAD students. It had a major affect on my outlook on modern media as a whole and felt the need to understand as much as I could about both the visible and audible aspects of the production world. So here's the results of my first stab at motion graphics. Enjoy!

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                • Lecture – Steady-State Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media


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                  Alex Hansen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) discusses dynamics of two immiscible fluids in porous media.

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                  • Science with Mr. T


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                    Mr. T teaches us how to calculate velocity by demonstrating how fast he can throw a fool. Finished: July 2012

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                    • Chapter 2 - Video 25: Gravity, Example 4


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                      A climber is moving upwards when an object is dropped. We are to find how long it takes to reach ground level.

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