Japanese simulation of what a large meteorite collision would look like.



DNA molecular biology visualizations – wrapping and replication.

Cellular Visions: The Inner Life of a Cell, an eight-minute animation created in NewTek LightWave 3D and Adobe After Effects for Harvard biology students.
The animation shows a number of molecular machines — ribosomes, motors, and more — working to move molecules and structures around a cell, and even to create the structures. It also shows a lot of membrane events, and molecules working with and through membranes, and a few organelles. It shows the molecules in their real molecular structure — these are renderings of experimental data, not artists’ conceptions.

Nanotechnology vs. cancer!


RNA interference in action. Low resolution above or available as a high resolution movie.

Educational Videos

The AI Physician by our Kim Solez.
Cryonics Fundamentals by our Edgar W. Swank and Charles Tandy.
The End of the World: Are We Doomed? by our David Brin.
Existential Risks by our Kim Solez.
Mixed and Virtual Reality by our Kim Solez.

Existential Risks

Doomsday Curve.


Did you know?
Human Version 2.0

I am the very model of a Singularitarian by Charlie Kam.

TEDx Brussels 2010 – David Orban – Every Thing.

A visual trip through the 21st Century.

Life Extension

The Immortalists: A Short Film



Nanotechnology – Age of Convergence. Visualizes how nanotechnology will be used to repair and upgrade our bodies. Charles Ostman was the “Nanotech Visionary” behind this.
Nanotechnology Takes Off, created by PBS.

Nokia Morph Concept. Morph is a concept demonstrating some of the possibilities nanotechnologies might enable in future communication devices. Morph can sense its environment, is energy harvesting, and self cleaning. Morph is a flexible two-piece device that can adapt its shape to different use modes. Nanotechnology enables us to have adaptive materials yet rigid forms on demand.
It is also featured in the MoMA online exhibition “Design and the Elastic Mind”. It has been a collaboration project of the Nokia Research Center and Cambridge Nanoscience Center.

Productive Nanosystems: From molecules to superproducts. An 86.1 MB high resolution version is also available.
Programmable dermal display (10 MB) designed by Robert A. Freitas Jr and Gina Miller. Learn more about this animation! You may also watch it as a Quicktime movie instead.

The Z450 Full Color 3D Printer made by Z Corp. (Real product that makes three dimensional objects.)


First hydrogen bomb test.

Particle Accelerator

The ATLAS detector of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) under construction. The LHC is 27 kilometers (16.7 miles) long and spans two countries.
Enter 3D panoramas with sound!

ATLAS – Episode I: A New Hope

ATLAS – Episode II: The Particles Strike Back: Part I

ATLAS – Episode II: The Particles Strike Back: Part II


Large Hadron Rap: Rappin’ about CERN’s Large Hadron Collider!


Actroid DER2 fembot released by Japan’s Kokoro.


Dancing robots (worth about $4 million in total).

High-speed robot hand demonstrates dexterity and skillful manipulation.

LittleDog Robot


RoboCup 2007 Final, Humanoid League. (Watch those amazing robot dive saves!)

Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme

The Turing Test.

Space Settlement

ARK I animation 20.6 MB WMV (3 minutes, 9 seconds).
Astronauts playing in 0g.
Blue Beauty: Our Beautiful Earth.

Space compilation.

Transparency and Privacy

An old Star Trek episode comes to life with the Panoptic Systems C-Thru 3D Video Surveillance System, a way for Big Brother to get a “god’s-eye view” of everything going on inside a building or plane. Taking input from numerous 360-degree cameras placed throughout any location, the system combines all those images into one “auto-stereoscopic” display.