Here are some videos that let you visualise how musical compositions are constructed.
A TEDEducation animation of John Loyd’s talk on ‘What’s invisible? – More than you think!’.
Lots of you are playing Minecraft – for those just starting out, here is a very well-made explanation of things work.
Here is a world that we’ll be installing on the school server so that you can explore ancient civilizations.
Get a sense of the scale of the universe as you zoom in and out from atoms to galaxies (best viewed full screen). An ‘interactive infographic’ from Numbersleuth.
Here’s a stop-motion animation demonstrating some architectural forms. It was made, in 1980, by Al Jarnow who worked on Seame Street and other TV programmes for children.
Timelapse film of night in a Namibian desert.
Here’s a public information film from 1951. Flower fairies versus germs!
We’ve linked to strange videos and animations by Cyriak before, and here’s a new one for a track by Bonobo.
The Museum of Mathematics has just opened in New York. Here is a video of some of the entertaining activities on the ‘Math Midway’.