1. The sound of the earth


    from Lotte Geeven Added 357K 539 0

    2013 A seismograph & the recording of the sound of the earth. For this project I travelled to the deepest open hole in the world to find out about it’s mysteries and to record the sound of the earth. Based on this travel I made a series of works. Check www.geeven.nl for more.

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    • Seismometers Detected Superstorm Sandy


      from The University of Utah Added 2,853 4 3

      This University of Utah video shows how ocean wave action from superstorm Sandy in October 2012 shook the United States, and how the shaking was detected by the Earthscope array of seismometers funded by the National Science Foundation. Blue color means low seismic activity; yellow, orange and red mean high seismic activity. Note how the seismometers twice flash briefly orange-red due to two earthquakes before Sandy appears near the bottom of the screen. As Sandy proceeds north, the seismometers show increasing activity and "point" to Sandy, indicating it is the source of the seismic events, which are "microseisms" and not real earthquakes. The seismometers then show maximum activity when Sandy turns west-northwest toward Long Island, New York City and New Jersey. Credit: Keith Koper, University of Utah Seismograph Stations.

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      • Earthquake Seismograph Line Looping - 2 Styles


        from Matthew Butler Added 1,675 6 3

        Download these videos here: http://goo.gl/OaofR This is two 1080p motion graphic videos of a seismograph recording an earthquake with the arrow recording line bouncing up and down. The two videos are looping for endless playback and could be used as a polygraph machine, or lie detector test getting recorded instead of a seismograph machine. The difference between the two video styles is one contains a grid background on textured paper while the other is on a plain white background.

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        • Pseudo-seismograph for Melik Ohanian art piece "Earth Partitions"


          from Out of Pluto Added 1,611 8 2

          Short movie showing how a hand-made seismograph reacts to movement sensors (accelerometers). The seismograph, the sensors, and the software was made by Out of Pluto for Melik Ohanian exhibition "Stuttering". Hardware is mostly based on arduino boards (1 micro and 1 uno).

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          • Rhythmic Seismograph First 15 sec Test


            from Jeffrey van Draanen Added 826 2 0

            More on WWW.LSART.NL First test of a rhythmic seismograph, made in Adobe After Effects. Music: Ultravox - Vienna

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            • Polygraph Lie Detector Test Chart - 2 Styles


              from Matthew Butler Added 677 4 0

              Download these videos here: http://goo.gl/pe0vE This is two 1080p motion graphic videos of a polygraph lie detector measurment on a white paper with dark blue ink showing oscillations and spikes while someone is hooked up to the machine. The video starts out with little to no movement and then has sudden spikes up and down on the screen to indicate someones pulse, nervousness, and brain waves while taking the test. This video could also be used as a seismograph machine used to measure earthquakes or other natural disasters. The difference between the two video styles is one contains a grid background on textured paper while the other is on a plain white paper.

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              • Tune


                from Daniel Foeller Added 540 37 0

                Outbreak Promo Written by: Daniel Foeller and John Rodriguez Score: Ryan Taubert Sound: Tone Grown Direction, Cinematography, and Editing: Daniel Foeller

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                • Nike Seismograph - BBDO Argentina


                  from BBDO argentina Added 465 6 0

                  Nike and BBDO Argentina proved that Boca’s fans can shake any stadium The biggest myth in Argentine football surrounds the Bombonera (Boca Jr. stadium). They say it actually pulsates, generating fear and pressure that crumbles the strongest of rivals. Nike, Boca’s official sponsor, wanted to prove that Boca’s hardcore fans can really make even the sturdiest stadium move. The best way to prove it was to measure the stadium’s movement in the same way earthquakes are measured, on the Richter scale, by using a seismograph. The place chosen for this field experiment was Estadio del Bicentenario, a brand new impressive stadium, that was designed to resist seismic movements as it is located in San Juan, the “capital of the seismic movements” in Argentina, and one of the most studied areas by seismologists around the world. To measure the movement of the stadium we installed a digital seismograph that received transmissions from 4 accelerometer sensors placed strategically under the Boca’s fans stands. The objective was to measure the movements for the full duration of the final of Copa Argentina (Boca vs. Racing) and see the increases at key moments when Boca’s fans had reasons to react. To watch the video: https://vimeo.com/51619598 To download the video: http://wtrns.fr/E-17lpHJ40lHFz6 To download pics: http://wtrns.fr/CpXXc5st54-4-ls Credits: Advertiser: Nike Argentina Product: Nike Football Agency: BBDO Argentina Title: “Seismograph” Executive Creative Directors: Ramiro Rodríguez Cohen / Rodrigo Grau Innovation director: Alejandro Gowland Art director: Joaquín Campins Copywriter: Roberto Espino Account team: Paz Goicoa / Nicolás Trovarelli Head of Production: Veronica Zeta Producer: Rodrigo Lema Production company: Sake Project director: Pedro Saleh Executive producers: Nicolás Ferrero/Pedro Saleh Producer: Nicolás Ferrero Integration director: Rodrigo Elizalde Tech director: Eduardo Imasaka AV director: Joaquín Elizalde Music: Leandro Drago Advertiser supervisors: Adrián Cueto (Nike SOCO director de marketing), Diego Luque (Brand Connection Manager, Nike SOCO) and Diego Legname (Brand Communications Coordinator, Nike SOCO)

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                  • Earthquakes


                    from Aleksandra S Added 323 1 0

                    This is a video which explains Earthquakes and also answers some frequently asked questions! It also talks about tectonic plates as it show a small example using a Mini Mars Bar! *I DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC OR SOME OF THE PICTURES*

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                    • echo


                      from Samuel Cousin Added 254 0 0

                      details at : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.info Felix Heibeck Deniz Turegun Michele Krüger Katy Benedict Samuel Cousin "coma's song" by projet e.v.e. project at projeteve.bandcamp.com/

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