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The Chaotic Pendulum exhibit contains a deceptively simple set of pendulums in a steel and Plexiglas case. The visitor twists a protruding knob, expecting the resulting motion to be fairly predictable. But the device's motion is chaotic, extremely complicated and long-lived. Artist Sheldon Brown creates an urban/suburban/rural environment in which the visitor literally "paints" the flying landscape with highways, buildings, and automobiles. This exhibit was part of the Virtual Unreality exhibition. An clip of the Aeolian Landscape exhibit by artist Ned Kahn. Blowing air sculpts sand into an ever-changing landscape. Witness the amazing development of live embryos at the microscope imaging station, part of the Traits of Life Collection. Mike Wiltberger, magnetospheric physicist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, narrates this artist’s rendering of a coronal mass ejecting from the sun and then impacting the earth’s magnetic field. Animation produced by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This short preview clip of the larger B-Roll video has footage of the Exploratorium, inside and out, including scenes of children interacting with museum exhibits. This wobbly luminescent sculpture by Liz Hickok is both art work and a
simulation of how a San Francisco neighborhood might jiggle when the Big One strikes. A humorous look at thermodynamics at the Exploratorium, part of the
Exploratorium's "For the Curious Ones" campaign. Part of the Exploratorium's "For the Curious Ones" campaign, this witty public service announcement asks why we press the remote control buttons harder when we know the batteries are virtually dead, and more. A humorous look at interactivity in the operating room, part of the
Exploratorium's "For the Curious Ones" campaign.