Lux Aeterna: A Journey of Light - Science and Nonduality (SAND)

Lux Aeterna: A Journey of Light

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From distant galaxies to small drops of water, a 3D animation created by Cristóbal Vila.

“The idea of this movie came to my mind just after Nature by Numbers was finished, although it was a much more ambitious project on these days, with more scenes and greater overall complexity. I realized that it would take forever to create that project… and decided to postpone it.

But in the end, when Inspirations was finished, I recovered that idea, easing here and there, and trying to keep its essence: a look into the light from several points of view. On one side it’s a powerful radiation emitted by the most distant stars in the universe, and also by our Sun; light floods everywhere in nature, from the largest things to the smallest, creating interesting and beautiful effects; humans always used light as a symbolic and spiritual element; and it’s too an intriguing physical phenomenon deeply studied by science.”

More info about this movie: www.etereaestudios.com
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