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Apple Store Soho - free Science Animation program TOMORROW

Wed Feb 07, 2007 00:00 - Tue Feb 06, 2007

Art-Science COLLISION!!!
Weds, Feb 7 @ Apple Store Soho

Artist Arlene Ducao and scientist Ned Gardiner, from the American Museum
of Natural History's SCIENCE BULLETINS program, will be presenting and
discussing HD visualizations of long-term global change on land, sea,
and air.

Join them at the Apple Store Soho on Weds Feb 7 to find out how we can
discern "the impact of human action on the natural rhythm of our dynamic
biosphere and climate system."



science animator

Sat Feb 04, 2006 10:27


The American Museum of Natural History is looking for a freelance Animator with significant Maya and After Effects experience for their multi-media, current-science, production group, Science Bulletins http://sciencebulletins.amnh.org. Animators collaborate with staff Scientists, writers and producers to develop 3D content related to Astrophysics, Earth Science, and Biodiversity. The Animator is primarily responsible for creating animations and visualizations for Science Bulletins HD media: 3D animations for feature stories data visualizations. Required: proficiency in Maya and After Effects, experience with video, coding and video tape output, Windows and Mac operating systems, FTP, as well as interest in science. Experience in programming languages (i.e. MEL, PERL) a plus. The ideal candidates will have at least 2 years of design work in a Masters program or in the field. Please email resumes to morfoot@amnh.org.