The Path



 sent us this nice piece with great dimension and layers. 

'The Path is my Grad Project for the Digital Design program at VFS. It was inspired by a picture took from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope of one of the furthest galaxies ever seen, spotted crossing behind the Pandora's Cluster. The aesthetics came from a personal interest about the dimensions of the universe in terms of distance and time and the mechanics applied to it, making the universe a system of perpetual motion.

If you want to know more about the picture, here is the article from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope website:

hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/galaxy/2014/39/full/'


By: Lisa
Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2015

Tags: Motion, 3D, animation, Environment, Light, NASA, particles, space

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