Found at 40 Examples of stunning Cinemagraphs cinemagraphs.comRead more "Between Photograph and Video"
GIF IT UP is an international competition to find the best gifs using public domain and openly licensed digital video, images, text, and other material found in DPLA and other participating digital libraries. dp.la/info/gif-it-up Featured Image: 2016 GIF IT UP Grand Prize Winner, created by Jeff Gill and Kristen Carter using material from Europeana.Read more "Re Animate Public Art"
Sign With Robert giphy.com/signwithrobert Featured Image: Show me the data flickr photo by juhansonin shared under a Creative Commons (BY) licenseRead more "Show Me How to To That"
The geometry of a perfect parallel park. pic.twitter.com/rUUouEydsh — Simon Pampena (@mathemaniac) November 25, 2016 Featured Image: Pixabay image by StockSnap shared into the public domain using Creative Commons CC0.Read more "To Illustrate a Concept"
Featured Image: All Seeing Eye Public Domain Pictures image by Darren Lewis shared into the public domain using Creative Commons CC0Read more "What The Eye Cannot See"
“I ran across this animated GIF of C. elegans on the move while putting together the previous post on optogenetics. It’s the work of Bob Goldstein of the University of North Carolina’s biology department, who has created a large body of microphotographic cinema. This little looping movie of a sinuous nematode seems nearly the perfect […]Read more "Microphotographic Cinema"
These Incredible Animated GIFs Are More Than 150 Years Old More than 150 years before Buzzfeed uploaded its first cat GIF, people were already captivated by looping animations. In those days, of course, there was no photoshop or screen grabbing, no Tumblrs and Twitter to help craft and share the perfect GIF. Rather, artists relied […]Read more "Not So New Art Form"
http://www.eranmendel.com/ Featured image: Animated GIF made by Eric MendelRead more "A Vibe"
“No Vestige of a Beginning- No Prospect of an End”* This is the most frustrating gif I've ever seen in my life pic.twitter.com/eTzcg4LJfq — Casanova 🇯🇲 (@KRUZAA_) February 18, 2018 * James Hutton, Theory of the Earth (1795) Featured Image: Infinite Loop feature graphic Wikimedia Commons image by Jonas Lekevicius shared under a Creative Commons […]Read more "A Taste of Infinity"