How Do We Study Living Brains?

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TED-Ed commissioned me to create an animated film on techniques of neuroimaging; a lesson taught by neurologists Elizabeth Waters and John Borghi. So, how do we see what’s happening in the brain? Let’s find out.

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JUICE | TEDxWarsaw 2018

Client: TEDxWarsaw 2018
Cast: Adrianna Stalewska, Witek Chłus

Director: Michał Misiński
Director of Photography: Michał Łuka

Producer: Manuela Bagińska
Art Directors: Selim Sykut, Andrzej Sykut

Set Designer: Natalia Maciejewska
Make-up Artist: Malwina Szablewska
CG Supervisor: Błażej Kowalski
Previz: Andrzej Sykut, Błażej Kowalski
3D Artists: Andrzej Sykut, Lewis Orton, Błażej Kowalski, Tomasz Dyrduła, Robert Sundelin, Bartek Dąbkowski
Compositing: Selim Sykut, Tomasz Potakowski
2nd Unit: Михаил Шестов

Camera Assistant: Piotr Maciejewski
Gaffer: Mikołaj Car
Electrician: Janek Pomaski
Stage Hand: Sara Cheredis, Karol Vo, Marek Leszczewski, Maciej Amilkiewicz

Edit: Michał Misiński
Music & Sound Design: Bartłomiej “Spaso” Spasowski

The astounding athletic power of quadcopters

In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D’Andrea demos his flying quadcopters: robots that think like athletes, solving physical problems with algorithms that help them learn. In a series of nifty demos, D’Andrea show drones that play catch, balance and make decisions together — and watch out for an I-want-this-now demo of Kinect-controlled quads.

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