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FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Universe

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In an animation that hearkens back to the work of illustrator Charley Harper, Chromosphere intertwines humanity’s scientific achievements with the wonders of the natural world: FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Universe. From director and designer Kevin Dart:

The genesis of this idea is just a feeling of wonder that a lot of us remember from childhood visits to the science museum or from sitting in a classroom watching the space shuttle launch.

We wanted to make something that would evoke those same kind of feelings when you watched it — a sense of awe and inspiration at the beauty of our world as well as mankind’s incredible scientific achievements. There was also an idea I was thinking about for a long time about how science and nature can’t really be separated from each other: science is all based on observations of things in nature. So if you just look at the world around you, you can see the science in action everywhere.

Read about and see more of their animation process at Motionographer.com. Chromosphere also created work for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, the 2014 science documentary series presented by Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Related watching: The Dot & the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics, Notes on a Triangle by René Jodoin, and lots of biomimicry videos.

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