Still Shown in Classrooms 35 Years After Its Creation

“Powers of Ten” examines the size of the inner and outer universe. This amazing film was created by Charles and Ray Eames, two of the most influential designers of the last half of the 2oth Century. They are being inducted March 20, 2013 into the California Museum Hall of Fame. The couple, married for 37 years, created iconic chairs and furniture, toys, multi-media presentations and museum exhibits, like the famous “Mathematica: A World of Numbers … And Beyond,” on display at the California Museum of Science and Industry for decades.  

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  1. Very cool. I saw this a couple years ago in a writing class [!!!], and am glad people still get to see it.

    Comment by JoAnn Anglin — 3.18.2013 @ 9:09 pm

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