DNA animations by wehi.tv for science-art exhibition



Edit of wehi.tv’s DNA animations. Created for V&A exhibition “The Future Starts Here” 2018 No narration, Yes sound and text.

46 Comments

  1. …..Oh, my Goood!!! It's just super! The transkribtion -translation , the synthesis of the proteins on the ribosoms , reduplications, mitosis, meiosis etc _ macrocosm on the level of the cell!!! _ looks like the theory of the strungs! Great animation! Bravo! The Geniises!!!
    …..It means,that we're so near to make the live _ the alive cell!!!
    …..BEST WISHES FROM GEORGIA!!! 👏👏👏👏👏

  2. So what? Did it all start working independently, completely and simultaneously? Just mix the dirt, water and lightning? Is this not proof of the Great Project? Just need to understand that if at least one of the molecules from the billion is not there, then there will be no life!

  3. I think visual learning of the microcosmos along with the macrocosmos is really fundamental for understanding how the world works. At least for me, it's been really difficult grasping the reality of what makes me me. No matter the hundreds of times I read about it or have it all explained to me, I just can't seem to grasp it. With this it all becomes so much clearer, seeing the moving parts of my body working together, knowing their function and doing it without us saying so or without the knowledge to know what it's doing. This was, in short, remarkable.

  4. Ever since God created the world, his invisible qualities, both his eternal power and his divine nature, have been clearly seen; they are perceived in the things that God has made. So those people have no excuse at all!
    Bible, Romans 1:20

  5. The speeds involved in what the world around us continually does is, to me, one of the most mind-boggling aspects of life. What seems like long slow processes to the naked eye are actually lightning-fast processes that never stop, for any reason outside of death which, just begins yet another set of lightning-fast processes. Talk about "multitasking". We live in a truly amazing world, indeed.
    Incredible animation. Well done, WEHImovies.

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