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Special screening: “Mathematical Curves Hidden Around Us”

Every Saturday and Sunday between Saturday, July 26–Sunday, August 31, 2008 (except August 3), 2:00pm–/4:00pm– *on each day

Special screening: “Mathematical Curves Hidden Around Us”

Outline

Much of what surrounds us in daily life is too close to appreciate; phenomena deriving from unperceived order and rules, and many things that result from them.
"Mathematical Curves Hidden Around Us" presents observations of the beautiful trajectories of the commonplace. It provides an opportunity to understand the beauty and fascination of math and physics outside of the text book, and inspires in the viewer the desire to discover the hidden mathematical curves in their own every day.

"Mathematical Curves Hidden Around Us"
Planned: Keio University SATO Masahiko Laboratory, Benesse Corporation Educational Research and Development Center
Supervisor: SATO Masahiko
Production: SATO Masahiko + EUPHRATES
Narrator: OHTA Hikari (Bakusho Mondai)
Music: KURIHARA Masaki


Date: Every Saturday and Sunday between Saturday, July 26–Sunday, August 31, 2008 (except August 3), 2:00pm–/4:00pm– *on each day
Screening time: 30min.
Admission Free
Venue: ICC 4F Theater
Capacity: 27 persons (on first come first served basis)
Condition: Junior high school and above
*The screening program will also include other works

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