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Soft Bodies review – tech simulations of life's squishy stuff
Artists reinterpret the rules of soft-body dynamic computer technology to make a show which now casts new light on the Covid-19 era

Hannah Clugston

16, Sep, 2020 @1:41 PM

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Cunningham review – powerful 3D documentary about a dance pioneer
This highbrow study is fascinating less for its fancy 3D footsteps than for its insight into choreographer Merce Cunningham’s life and work

Cath Clarke

11, Mar, 2020 @3:00 PM

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Now in 3D! Merce Cunningham's mind-blowing dance
A superb documentary immerses you in the choreographer’s creations and shows off his own wild and weightless performances

Lyndsey Winship

09, Mar, 2020 @11:00 AM

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An Evening With Whitney review – Houston hologram is ghoulish cash-in
M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
If you close your eyes you can bask in the late star’s magnificent voice, but open them and this jerky simulacrum is unsettling

Dave Simpson

28, Feb, 2020 @11:03 AM

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Experiments on cuttlefish are cruel | Letter
Letter: Peta’s Julia Baines deplores the supergluing of 3D glasses on to the sensitive marine animals

Letters

12, Jan, 2020 @5:53 PM

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Scientists give cuttlefish 3D glasses and shrimp films for vision study
Researchers use 3D glasses, films and food to test whether cuttlefish use stereopsis to find prey

Ian Sample Science editor

08, Jan, 2020 @7:00 PM

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Hologram-like device animates objects using ultrasound waves
Unlike Star Wars projection, 3D technology whips polystyrene bead round at high speed

Ian Sample Science editor

13, Nov, 2019 @6:00 PM

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Rodent leather and designer kidneys: art in the age of bio-revolution
Bespoke breasts, cloned frog meat and a gold gimp suit all feature in a remarkable new exhibition exploring the cutting edge of science

Stuart Jeffries

20, Mar, 2019 @11:53 AM

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Tesseract review – strap in for the shapeshifting worlds of Charles Atlas
Inspired by a 1940s sci-fi novella, the artist teams up with Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener for a bracing dance experiment

Lyndsey Winship

01, Mar, 2019 @12:43 PM

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Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 20 – melancholy masterpiece changed games forever
It had everything: swordfights with lizards, magical tennis, shrieking mummies, a whole world to explore – plus a rousing score you could play along to. This joyful/scary chapter in Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda has inspired designers ever since

Keza MacDonald

11, Dec, 2018 @1:00 PM

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Could 3D printed microscopes improve water testing?
Manual tests for safe drinking water can be slow and error-prone. A team of academics is trying to change that

Josephine Moulds

29, Nov, 2018 @11:23 PM

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Venom: what is a one-star film like in 4D?
Luckily it hasn’t got a complicated plot – or much sex. Hold the popcorn tight and prepare to get wet

Brigid Delaney

07, Oct, 2018 @3:21 AM

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