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  • Astrodance- Combining astrophysics and dance
    To inspire your physics-inspired dance, here is a mini documentary about a project at Rochester Institute of Technology which brought artists and scientists together to look at the formation of black-holes in a way. The interpretive dance, co-created by resident choreographer Thomas Warfield and Astrophysicist Manuela Campanelli, brought accessible images of theoretical movements to the stage.
  • Chaos for high school students
    In this paper an innovative Edutainment (education plus entertainment) laboratory on Chaos for high school students is presented, promoting the awareness that art and contemporary science have a common matrix. In particular, the setting foresees the physical construction of Chua’s circuit, its simulation on a computer, as well as the production of three-dimensional attractors and music. The software that allows the visualization of chaotic phenomena and their use as artistic products is “Chaos Explorer”, and it has been ideated, designed and realized by Evolutionary Systems Group at Università della Calabria (Italy). An experimentation involving Leonardo’s network is in progress.
  • Spacetime fabric hands-on activity
    This is a classroom activity developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory Astrophysicist, Nicole Lloyd Ronning to undertsand how spacetime is like a fabric.
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