Wow! This is so cool! Very impressive animation!
i love xvivo, only they give a teleonomic impresion of cell biology as mentioned by shokushu. But this is for estetic means. It would be nice to include time-scales of the shown events.
Amazing bio-scapes.. mytochondria or the beauty of the very small
I love this .. makes sooo much more out of something so tiny... i mean mitochondria...are in side cells which are microscopic themselves....and look at that a whole tiny world in balance exchanging energy no need for waist and of course all those turbines a turning to power up that cell :D bad ass.
Love these animations
Agree with Betterbug. Impressive animation, but my biology is not good enough to understand what is going on. Maybe that will come later. Yea ... skip the music and teach us something.
@Janerz: I looked in the mirror this morning and thought that God had made a serious mistake. Maybe a high-tech cartoon would help.
The videos look real nice but they don't show what's happening. The leg doesn't just swoop around perfectly into the next spot on the chain, it spins around a million times a second and just eventually bumps into it the right way. Likewise the bit of the various tubes don't just flood into place to form the tube, there are tons of them floating around right by it but they never bump into an available spot facing the right direction.
It's like if you had one of those geometric blocks that fit into holes in a box toys little kids often have and then you spin all of the blocks and the box and jostle them against each other- it's going to take quite awhile to get any of the blocks into it but after a few thousand collisions you wouldn't be surprised if a few got in.
Productive video classes from Harvard University.Easy to follow science courses such as DNA classes.
My first stumble into .edu is a success.
If you still have a sense of wonder, this is for you.
I don't know how one could watch this and not be absolutely breathless at the glory of God's creation.
The BioVisions project from Harvard uses multimedia animations to teach about the inner workings of cells.
Some of the show case videos from Harvard