Louie Schwartzberg, a filmmaker widely recognized as a pioneer in high-end time-lapse cinematography recently appeared on TED and delivered a talk about his latest film project, Mysteries of the Unseen World. He showed several clips from the film that explore the parts of the natural world that are imperceptible to the human eye.
Schwartzberg's introduction for his talk is in itself inspiring. Here's what he said: "What is the intersection between technology, art and science? Curiosity and wonder because it drives us to explore. Cause we're surrounded by things we can't see. And I love to use film to take us on a journey through portals of time and space. To make the invisible visible. Because what that does, it expands our horizons, it transforms our perception, it opens our minds and it touches our heart."
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