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idea-obscura:

i’ve been thinking of doing this for a while now. after i saw this floating around, i wanted to make my own version to hang on my wall. and knowing me, well, i had to make it all ~shnazzy~ so i made this 11x17 poster. i made it so you can download yourself one too, if you like. it’s a nice PDF file so you can take that to Kinko’s and blow it up and hang it nicely in your room or whateva.

idea-obscura:

i’ve been thinking of doing this for a while now. after i saw this floating around, i wanted to make my own version to hang on my wall. and knowing me, well, i had to make it all ~shnazzy~ so i made this 11x17 poster. i made it so you can download yourself one too, if you like. it’s a nice PDF file so you can take that to Kinko’s and blow it up and hang it nicely in your room or whateva.


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2 years ago | Permalink

Yellowstone in winter. © Teresa Rolfe Kravtin  @YellowstoneNPS

Yellowstone in winter. © Teresa Rolfe Kravtin @YellowstoneNPS

Tags: Yellowstone NPS

2 years ago | Permalink

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Visualizing Classical Music as a Roller Coaster Ride

This ingenious promotional video for the Zurich Chamber Orchestra transforms the musical notes played by the first violinist in a symphony by Ferdinand Ries into a roller coaster track in real time.

The video was created by the production studio Virtual Republic. On their Vimeo page, they explain, “The notes and bars were exactly synchronised with the progression in the animation so that the typical movements of a rollercoaster ride match the dramatic composition of the music.”

Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg is an associate editor at The Atlantic. She curates the Video channel.

2 years ago | Permalink

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Coyote in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park 1997 © Teresa Rolfe Kravtin

Coyote in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park 1997 © Teresa Rolfe Kravtin

Tags: Yellowstone Coyote Lamar Valley

2 years ago | Permalink

“I’m into scales right now.”

John Coltrane

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