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"PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT" (2009)

Saleem is a young man who is torn between his family, beliefs and values. “Protect Me From What I Want” is a movie about what happens when Saleem meets the confident and cocky Daz.

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"SWEAT"

Simon, whose relationship just ended because his boyfriend told him that he wasn’t adventurous enough, goes to one of the bath houses in London to explore his boundaries to prove to himself -and others- that he can be adventurous; but finds something more.

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Award-winning Game: Meta!Blast: The Leaf is a game that immerses the player in the action on and in a leaf. Intended as a supplement to in-class instruction for high school students, it lets users pilot a miniature bioship across a strange landscape, which features nematodes and a lumbering tardigrade. Users can dive into individual cells and zoom around a chloroplast, activating photosynthesis with their ship’s search lamp. By conveying the complexity and visual interest of a biological system, Eve Wurtele and her team seek to increase student engagement with science and encourage a strong foundation in STEM.
This entry was a People’s Choice winner in the newly renamed science and engineering visualization challenge: The Vizzies.
Credit: Eve Syrkin Wurtele, William Schneller, Paul Klippel, Greg Hanes, Andrew Navratil and Diane Bassham, Iowa State University

Do you love animating data, creating science apps, or taking macrophotographs? In the 2014 Visualization Challenge, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Popular Science, your handiwork can receive its due glory and win you cash prizes. Find out more here.

seeinnovation:

Award-winning Game: Meta!Blast: The Leaf is a game that immerses the player in the action on and in a leaf. Intended as a supplement to in-class instruction for high school students, it lets users pilot a miniature bioship across a strange landscape, which features nematodes and a lumbering tardigrade. Users can dive into individual cells and zoom around a chloroplast, activating photosynthesis with their ship’s search lamp. By conveying the complexity and visual interest of a biological system, Eve Wurtele and her team seek to increase student engagement with science and encourage a strong foundation in STEM.

This entry was a People’s Choice winner in the newly renamed science and engineering visualization challenge: The Vizzies.

Credit: Eve Syrkin Wurtele, William Schneller, Paul Klippel, Greg Hanes, Andrew Navratil and Diane Bassham, Iowa State University

Do you love animating data, creating science apps, or taking macrophotographs? In the 2014 Visualization Challenge, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Popular Science, your handiwork can receive its due glory and win you cash prizes. Find out more here.

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"horses are such majestic creatures!"

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