You might have noticed that we love the intertwining of technology and art. And we do! It’s amazing to see creativity stretch to account for new methods. This dance piece, which was created by Panasonic and the creative studio P.I.C.S, is a lovely example of that kind of creativity.
Animation and visual art is used in museums and science exhibits all around the world to teach complex science, dense history, and amazing technological theories. This is one of our favourite videos dealing with Smale's Paradox, one of the most complicated mathematical problems in a visual way.
Compiled by the Visual Education Project. We all know there's no such thing as a real perpetual motion machine (thanks, physics, we all hate you so much). But the pursuit of perpetual motion has inspired some of the greatest kinetic art ever seen.