This is a copy of my YouTube version for people from France, Germany and Brazil, because it is blocked in the area.
The list of 187 videos used for this compilation: bit.ly/12ViEMZ
Shot and Edited by: Tyrone Rhabb - tyronerhabbphoto.com
Camera: Canon 5D Mark2
Lenses: Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2, 85mm t/1.5
Rokinon 35mm t/1.5 Cinema
Canon L Series 24-70mm f/2.8
Canon L Series 70-200mm f/4
Slider: Cinevate Duzi
My friends and I traveled from west hollywood to saline valley. The wash we camped in was roughly 100 miles from electricity, paved roads, cell phone reception etc. and the majority of us had never even been camping. Crazy trip and fun experience.
I’d like to thank:
-The Black Keys
Every day, between two and three thousand aircraft fly across the North Atlantic between Canada, the United States and Europe. Airspace across the North Atlantic is divided into six Oceanic Control Areas (or OCAs). These OCAs are controlled by Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) working at different locations in different Countries.
NATS, working with the IAA (Irish Aviation Authority), is responsible for providing the air traffic control service to the Shanwick OCA. The IAA service is provided from Shannon in Ireland, and the NATS service provided from Prestwick in Scotland (hence ‘Shanwick’).
The Shanwick OCA is the busiest of all North Atlantic Airspace regions. It is often referred to as ‘the gateway to Europe’ and around 80% of all North Atlantic Air Traffic passes through it, demonstrating the strategic importance of our Prestwick Centre and UK airspace.
This visualization shows Transatlantic traffic over a 24 hour period taken from a day in August last year and shows 2,524 flights crossing the North Atlantic, of which 1,273 pass through the Shanwick OCA. At our busiest periods in the Summer, traffic can peak at 1,500 flights a day passing through the Shanwick OCA.
Find out more on our blog: nats.aero/blog/2014/06/north-atlantic-skies-gateway-europe/
For full blog entry visit: amardeepsingh.in/borrowedclicks/index.php?showimage=17
'Reminiscences from Ladakh' is a follow-up to my earlier Ladakh video 'Postcards from Ladakh'.
This is more of an experimental video. I would like to call this concept - ‘Phodeo’ (Did I just coin a new term?). It took me almost 2 months to complete it. I wanted to publish it on 1 year anniversary of our Ladakh trip as a tribute to the Majesty. It didn’t happen. I underestimated. I am glad it is finally out.
It has been a little over one year since I went to Ladakh for the first time. I am over-emotional about it because Ladakh to me was more than just a vacation. It came at a time when I needed it the most. Last year I travelled across all corners of India but no other place could come even closer, not in terms of beauty but inspiration. It certainly has an effect on you which lasts long. People who have been to Ladakh would know what I am talking about, those who have not can call me crazy till the time they do. I wanted to acknowledge this moment in some way and that is how this video happened.
Conceived and Directed by Emily Coates and Sarah Demers
Edited by Jenai Cutcher West
Three Views of the Higgs and Dance is funded by Reintegrate, an initiative of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven. For more information on our project, visit reintegratenewhaven.wordpress.com.
Videography by Kike Calvo
Music Direction by Will Orzo
Research Assistance from Adam Horowitz
Featuring (in order of appearance)
Melissa Franklin, Harvard University
Stephen Sekula, Southern Methodist University
Steven Goldfarb, University of Michigan
Daniel Whiteson, University of California, Irvine
Adam Martin, University of Notre Dame
Michael Hildreth, University of Notre Dame
Michael Tuts, Columbia University
Toyoko Orimoto, Northeastern University
Steven Nahn, Fermilab
Happy new year everyone!
Thought I would put together some of my aerial footage of 2013.
All shots were on the North Shore of Oahu, Pipeline.
More winter swells to come!
For more videos check out my Instagram: instagram.com/ericsterman
Music: Lindsey Stirling - Crystalize.
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Originally posted on RStudio Blog:
Our first public release of ggvis, version 0.3, is now available on CRAN. What is ggvis? It’s a new package for data visualization. Like ggplot2, it is built on concepts from the grammar of graphics, but it also adds interactivity, a new data pipeline, and it renders in a web browser. Our goal is to make an interface that’s flexible, so that you can compose new…
Originally posted on Economics with Julia:
The following story, which I originally posted to The COBE Blog, explains why I began programming in Julia. Since then, I have found that Julia improves the performance of my other econometric estimators. However, Julia has a major disadvantage in that it lacks informative documentation and tutorials, much less accumulated discussion on sites like stack…
Originally posted on A HopStat and Jump Away:
I use a set of neuroimaging tools, but my language of choice isFSL – what is it?
R. FSL, which is from the University of Oxford’s Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB), and stands for FMRIB Software Library, is one tool I commonly use. I wrote some wrapper functions into an
fslrand wanted to discuss some of the functions.
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