PBS Arts Fall Festival | Preview | PBS



Originally published on Aug 28, 2015

The 2015 PBS Arts Fall Festival returns October 9, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. ET, celebrating its fifth season, with eight new weekly programs.

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Realistic Pluto Fly-By Animation Created From Photos, Trajectory Data | Video


By: VideoFromSpace

Originally published on Aug 28, 2015

Stuart Robbins helped plan the New Horizons’ mission as a post-doc student at the Southwest Research Institute. He “strived from realism” when he plotted the Pluto system with his 3D software and “attached a camera” to the trajectory data.

Credit: Stuart Robbins/NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI
Music: “Sail The Horizon” by Aaron Sapp

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LG Rolly Keyboard : Official Product Video


By: LG Mobile Global

Originally published on Aug 26, 2015

“Unroll the Comfort of Full-Size Typing”

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Introducing YouTube Gaming


By: YouTube Spotlight

Published on Aug 26, 2015

Download YouTube Gaming for free on your Android or iOS device.
Android: https://goo.gl/LluBJ3
iOS: https://goo.gl/6IGBoq

YouTube Gaming keeps you connected to a world of gamers with the broadest mix of videos and live streams — all designed around games and gaming channels. With it you can explore more than 25,000 titles, hone your skills, and take part in the deepest gaming culture online.

Currently available in the U.S. and U.K. only.

Track: ENDLESS FANTASY by Anamanaguchi

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Easiest Salad Dressing on Earth – You Suck at Cooking (episode 15)


By: You Suck At Cooking

Originally published on Aug 18, 2015

Subscribe for more gravity defying feats:►► http://bit.ly/1HuynlY
Make this kale wrong and you could die:►► http://bit.ly/1MtMlKw

Directed by Alfonso Cuarón. For the songs and songs from other episodes, check out my Soundcloud.


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Published on Jun 16, 2015

From our new album Celloverse – out now!
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/celloverse
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/celloverse-amz

2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser playing their original song Celloverse


Video by Darko Drinovac
Animation by Krsto Jaram
Editing by Vjeran Pavlinic

Produced, mixed and mastered by 2CELLOS and Filip Vidovic (Morris Studio, Zagreb)

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How to Make a Cloud in Your Mouth


By: Physics Girl

Originally published on Aug 25, 2015

Learn how to make a wispy cloud come out of your mouth, even when it’s not cold out. Like any awesome trick, physics is to thank for the mouth cloud. This simple and fun demonstration can be used to explain the cloud in a bottle experiment, and real clouds in the sky.


Physics Girl has joined PBS Digital Studios! https://www.youtube.com/user/pbsdigit

Videography: Forbidden Kingdom Digital – forbiddenkingdomdigital.com
Editing: Dianna Cowern and Forbidden Kingdom Digital
Cloud in a Bottle: Bearded Sicence Guy

Moon and Pluto images: NASA
Ten Cloud Images: NOAA

Spray bottle footage: soraphotography/shutterstock.com
Stock Images: pixabay.com

Michael Miller – https://soundcloud.com/michaelrmmiller
YouTube – “Ersatz Bossa,” “On the Bach”
Apple – “Galleria Long”

Cloud Appreciation Society: https://cloudappreciationsociety.org
Pylon Appreciation Society: http://www.pylons.org
Biscuit Appreciation Society: http://www.biscuit.org.uk
Sloth Appreciation Society: http://www.slothville.com
Hairless Animal Appreciation Society: https://www.facebook.com/HairlessAnim…

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What is PLTW? An Overview


By: Project Lead The Way

Originally published on Aug 24, 2015

“What is PLTW? An Overview” offers a 360-degree view of Project Lead The Way (PLTW) and each PLTW program and captures powerful testimonies from PLTW students, teachers, and partners.

For more info visit: http://www.pltw.org

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Milky Way Arcs Across California’s Majestic Coast | Time-Lapse Video


By: VideoFromSpace

Originally published on Aug 21, 2015

When the sun sets in the King Range National Conservation Area in far northern CA Coast, the stars really do come out. Watch the Milky Way arc across the sky high above the Pacific fog.

Credit: Bob Wick Bureau of Land Management

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New Horizons Pluto Fly-by from Bjorn Jonsson

New Horizons Pluto flyby from Bjorn Jonsson on Vimeo.

An animation showing the New Horizons Pluto flyby on July 14, 2015. The time covered is 09:35 to 13:35 (closest approach occurred near 11:50). Pluto’s atmosphere is included and should be fairly realistic from about 10 seconds into the animation and to the end. Earlier it is largely just guesswork that can be improved in the future once all data has been downlinked from the spacecraft. Light from Pluto’s satellite Charon illuminates Pluto’s night side but is exaggerated here, in reality it would be only barely visible or not visible at all. The field of view is 12.5 degrees.

Source mages: NASA/JHU-APL/SwRI
Image processing and animation: Björn Jónsson

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