Spherical Beats

This is my first, ever, audio synchronization project. The music is licensed for YouTube use. In order to not run afoul of YouTube’s rules I am providing a link instead of embedding the video. Video link.

I chose spheres as objects for the animation because I feel they are a fluid, natural, and perfect shape. The synchronization was made with Blender software. It is fascinating to see how a program based on physics and mathematics interprets electronic sounds. It seems as if the two are connected organically, as if the program said, “Don’t worry. I got this.”

The name of the song is “Trapped,” composed by Quincas Moreira. His bio on Facebook says he is “is an improvisor, composer, producer, engineer and synth builder from Brazil, educated in the US and currently living in Mexico City.” I found the song in the YouTube audio library. I would classify it as jazz rock.

I have composed a few songs myself. I have a project planned in which the spheres will appear again, in a different scenario.

Tiny aliens may have visited us and we just didn’t know: NASA

“Tiny, super-intelligent” aliens may have already visited Earth — but humans simply didn’t notice them, a NASA scientist claims in a new research paper. Silvano P. Colombano, of

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Unexplained Wealth Orders: What do they mean for the banking sector?


By Neil Swift, Partner, Peters & Peters

Unexplained Wealth Orders Since 31st January this year, UK law enforcement agencies have been granted a new power to require individuals to provide…

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Chilean startup Copper3D launches antibacterial filament for medical 3D printing applications

Antibacterial materials and filaments for 3D printing, something that many consider being a key development for biomedical 3D printing applications – are now widely available through a series of new materials introduced by Santhiago, Chile-based startup Copper3D. More than 40% of amputees suffer some type of skin complication due to the use of their prostheses. This phenomenon is also observed in non-amputee patients who use some type of orthopedic material. Dermic complications in this type of patients are produced by two main causes: the porous nature of the polymers used in the manufacture of prostheses and the complex geometry that

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3D Bioprinted Organ Still Working After 14 Years


Dr. Anthony Atala grew a new bladder in a lab from a small section of Luke Massella’s bladder. Luke received the bladder as a transplant when he was 10 years old. The bladder has worked for 14 years without further surgery.
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