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A SHORT MOVIE INSPIRED ON NUMBERS, GEOMETRY AND NATURE.
Go to etereaestudios.com if you are looking for more information: the theory behind the movie (Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Delaunay, Voronoi…), stills and screenshots showing the work in progress. There are lots of free training materials and 3D workshops, too ;-)

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  • Daniel 5 months ago
    ¡PRECIOSO! ¡MAGNIFICO! ¡SUBLIME!

    Te has superado Cristobal, muchas felicidades, verdad quedó increíble. Nunca había visto los números con tanta belleza y eso que muchos matemáticos se han esforzado mucho por hacerlo. :D
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  • Luis García-Ochoa 5 months ago
    Me ha encantado, ya sabes. Enhorabuena por tu trabajo, sabiduría y querer compartirlo con nosotros.
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  • oscar arias 5 months ago
    superb!!!!!!!!
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  • Peter Eriksson 5 months ago
    Beautiful work!
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  • Jose A. Soto 5 months ago
    ¡¡grande!!
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  • Alejandro Ronda 5 months ago
    Muy bueno Cristóbal! te has superado.
    He añadido el video al grupo de 3dinfografíca si no te molesta.

    Un saludo!
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  • Pixelised plus 5 months ago
    Beautiful! Nuff said...
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  • Caine 5 months ago
    Una de las animaciones más elegantes que he visto por aquí, sí señor, felicidades.
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  • Manuel López 5 months ago
    Estupendo, muy bien conseguido el crescendo...
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  • Isra Rojas 5 months ago
    ¡Qué buen gusto! El contenido, el ritmo, la emoción... ¡Todo!
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  • mati 5 months ago
    Magnifico!!!
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  • toni.martz 5 months ago
    Derrocha arte por todos los costados y una calidad extraordinaria desde todos los puntos de vista. Felicidades!!
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  • Capeau 5 months ago
    no download? :(
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  • Georgios Cherouvim 5 months ago
    Nice idea nicely made!
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  • nyian 5 months ago
    wonderful!!
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  • guilherme trindade 5 months ago
    Brilliant
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  • mpared 5 months ago
    breathtaking posted at the curious brain
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  • Jared Flynn 5 months ago
    Absolutely amazing work. :) Really striking how many connections one can draw between the order of mathematics and the chaotic world around us!

    Saw this first on YouTube, linked from boingboing.net. Expect some staggering numbers on this beautiful work-- many will see it, and that's how it ought to be. Cheers!
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  • Justin Rupert 5 months ago
    very cool. not being a math guy, this made the concepts much easier to comprehend.
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  • Andrés de Miguel 5 months ago
    Felicidades!! está excelente
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  • willychiiino 5 months ago
    Excelente trabajo. De lo mejor que he visto en mucho tiempo. Enhorabuena!
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  • EsCanar plus 5 months ago
    absolutely stunning!
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  • fractalcore 5 months ago
    ...Om...

    : )
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  • Ebere G 5 months ago
    It moved me.
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  • Lisa Librarian 5 months ago
    Love it!
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  • Leonardo Fibonacci 5 months ago
    dreamlike!
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  • Johannes M. 5 months ago
    Masterclass!
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  • Maarten Post 5 months ago
    Does anybody know the song that is used?
  • Thea 5 months ago
    It says in the end credits - "Often a Bird" by Wim Mertens.
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  • Rodolfo Revilla 5 months ago
    Conjunción en phi....
    Gracias!
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  • DieTapete 5 months ago
    Beautiful! I'd recommend showing this movie in schools before a math class.
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  • Mark Duplessis 5 months ago
    wow that was beautiful. Amazing job
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  • Illusion Studio 5 months ago
    Hermoso!!
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  • WeR ScH 5 months ago
    Increible, aun tengo la boca abierta!
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  • Bladimir Ramirez 5 months ago
    DELICADAMENTE EXQUISITO. Soy estudiante de ingenieria mecanica y no se por que pero queria hacerle el amor al monitor por tan bellas imagenes que estaba viendo y entendiendo, al tiempo que escuchaba una sutil melodia. INFINITAS GRACIAS CRISTOBAL
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  • Artur Kiraga 5 months ago
    math always scared the bejesus out of me
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  • Aaron F plus 5 months ago
    amazing
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  • Thea 5 months ago
    Beautiful! It's just a shame that there's no real seashells that actually follow the golden spiral ratio, they're all a much tighter curve. I would love to find one that does! If anyone knows of a species or natural specimen that does follow the golden ratio, let me know!
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  • Matthew Brown plus 5 months ago
    Wow...............................speechless.
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  • Phil Fried plus 5 months ago
    great work, wonderful
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  • Harald R. Brörken 5 months ago
    Wonderful, accurate on this way I create my objects. I like your form to show the logarithm.
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  • Pawel Stec 5 months ago
    You have done a great job!!!
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  • Sylvester Carolan 5 months ago
    Absolutely amazing! Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.
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  • Mair Alight 5 months ago
    I am filled with awe and gratitude, a sense of reassurance and beauty abounding. The music is the perfect accompaniment to it. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
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  • Alberto Chavez 5 months ago
    Esto es simplemente maravilloso, un verdadero artista Cristóbal. Felicitaciones!!!!

    Una duda, qué software utilizaste?

    Saludos
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  • Coto Cañas Merino 5 months ago
    Está increíble en video!!!!!!

    sublime!!!
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  • Emrys Roberts plus 5 months ago
    Such a beautiful piece, really inspiring :)
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  • Jacques Alomo 5 months ago
    Amazing!
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  • mungkey 5 months ago
    Amazingly beautiful!
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  • Ecoversity Media 5 months ago
    Impressive!
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  • dim1984kimo 5 months ago
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  • Acojonante. Felicidades
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  • Raymond Bosma 5 months ago
    Outstanding work! Amazing
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  • Leo Bar PIX IN MOTION 5 months ago
    Impresionante labor, hecha con dedication y pulcritud. Muy imaginativa tambien.
    Felicidades y Bravo!
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  • marta c plus 5 months ago
    Es una maravilla! acabo de comprender la belleza de las matematicas. Gracias.
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  • Eric Senecal 5 months ago
    Very nice concept !! I love it!! Good work
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  • Jan van der Linden 5 months ago
    Superb understanding of Nature and Numbers. Bravo!
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  • Jesús Olmo plus 5 months ago
    beautiful
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  • MIZAR-PETRUS 5 months ago
    FANTASTIC! GREAT CREATION!
    THANKS
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  • Sonom plus 5 months ago
    [ ioo! ]
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  • Charles Wyatt 5 months ago
    In the Alhambra palace in Spain the Moorish architects used a very interesting method of pattern formation for the decoration using tiles. It was called Iteration, Rotation, and Reflection, to vary the patterns as much as possible. Is the same principle being used here, or does it rely entirely on iteration? Lovely work whatever your answer may be.
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  • Dominik Herberger 5 months ago
    A really nice way to visualize a theoratical topic in a very easy to understand and at the same time fascinating manner.
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  • MrLabez 5 months ago
    Precioso!
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  • Xavi Beumala 5 months ago
    Impresionante. Un video precioso!
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  • Del Martinis 5 months ago
    I'm not sure how numbers and geometry can be moving, but this did it!
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  • Lorenz Schümann plus 5 months ago
    Wow, math can entertain!
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  • Motion Effects Studio 5 months ago
    This is simply a brilliant video. Love the texture of the grasshopper at the end
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  • mulequin 5 months ago
    Simplemente MARAVILLOSO. La creatividad del ser humano ha quedado increíblemente reinvindicada con ese magnífico video. FELICITACIONES!!
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  • J_Girona 5 months ago
    EXTRAORDINARIO !!!!!!!
    Realizado con una perfección absoluta.
    Una idea BRILLANTE !!!
    Mis más sincera felicitación por un trabajo IMPECABLE !!!
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  • ilakertres 5 months ago
    Mágnifico, bravo por Fibonacci.
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  • joluvero 5 months ago
    Me he quedado sin palabras. Felicidades.
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  • G.Strazzi 5 months ago
    Great, great,great work man..

    wonderful..
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  • Nathan Wills 5 months ago
    Wow, amazing!
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  • Sara Parker 5 months ago
    wow!!! just amazing!
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  • Vanco Stojkov 5 months ago
    Lovely!!!
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  • Antrasor 5 months ago
    Buen video! aconsejo ver este (relacionado con la geometria) vimeo.com/8244047
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  • mateo muñoz 5 months ago
    Viva!!!!
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  • Gen X 5 months ago
    Esta Genial!
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  • SUSHI ADV. 5 months ago
    I hate numbers & math, but I love this video!

    I'm talking about it on my blog tatami.sushiadv.com
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  • Teotl Nahualli 5 months ago
    Excelente... es evidente que la serie Fibonacci y lo que se obtiene de esta, la proporción Sagrada Φ = 1.618034, son utilizadas en la naturaleza. Lo cual indica DISEÑO, es es decir, que aquellos idearon y realizaron, todo aquello que conocemos como vida, siguio este patrón predeterminado. DIOS? Yo no le llamaria asi, por que lo unico que indica esto, es que ellos tenian una gran nivel tecnologico.

    Saludos desde Mexico !
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  • Eric Thoolen 5 months ago
    Wow, so cool and lovely!
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  • christian anderl plus 5 months ago
    fantastic work!
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  • Daniel Oliveira Prins 5 months ago
    Muito bem! Verry good! Heel goed!
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  • Pekkah 5 months ago
    WOW! Great idea, and great result! I've always loved math, but this made me love/like it even more!
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  • El Camino de la Magia plus 5 months ago
    I-M-P-R-E-S-I-O-N-A-N-T-E!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    S-U-B-L-I-M-E!!!!!!!

    Gracias es Super Inspirador... wufff que nivelazo... A Mind Blowing Creation!!!
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  • Jared Robertson 5 months ago
    This is a beautiful, beautiful piece of work.
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  • Disegno Libre 5 months ago
    Genial!! fabuloso! increible!!
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  • moviegear plus 5 months ago
    Bravo from Russia!
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  • Yubeon Lee 5 months ago
    Coooool
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  • Camille Marotte plus 5 months ago
    Thx for the journey ;)
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  • Gordon Barnes 5 months ago
    Fantastic, what more can i say!
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  • Santi Trujillo plus 5 months ago
    Genial, estética y conceptualmente, enhorabuena
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  • Laurens Neels 5 months ago
    Extraordinary.. so cool
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  • Lightbox Studios plus 5 months ago
    Amazing!
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  • Armandt van den Berg 5 months ago
    holy crap!
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  • Baisbebar 5 months ago
    Wonderful.
    It's incredible how nature adjusts to numbers and viceversa!
    Very good!
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  • thousandbase plus 5 months ago
    Love it !!!
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  • Cristian Naidin 5 months ago
    :)
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  • Andrés Mejías 5 months ago
    absolutly stunning, congrats!
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  • Benjamin Bailey 5 months ago
    Amazing, stunning. Love the beginning with the numbers. Very nice.

    benjamindbailey.com/blog/?p=167
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