In this week’s featured TED talk, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg reveals the unseeable beauty of the natural world in jaw-dropping detail.
The man behind the 3D film Mysteries of the Unseen World explains how, using high-speed cameras, timelapses and microscopes, he has uncovered connections, rhythms and patterns that are usually hidden from the human eye.
He says, “Knowing that there’s so much around us we can see forever changes our understanding of the world, and by looking at unseen worlds, we recognise that we exist in the living universe, and this new perspective creates wonder and inspires us to become explorers in our own backyards.”
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To watch this video on the TED website, click here.