Here’s my third foray into animation, complete with motion tweens and nested graphics. This one caused a bit of a stir over at NewScientistTV, generating over 60 comments, mostly in favor of the idea that humans do indeed have free will. The video’s not really about that though…
Just read your Enigma piece. I was relieved to see it was accurate, because the headline in the promo I got by e-mail from NS implied that the capture of an Enigma machine 70 years ago solved the problem.
I'm MacGregor Campbell and I'm a Portland-based science/tech journalist, animator, and maker of weird sounds. Here's a non-exhaustive list of things I've made. And here's my Twitter.
My first album, The Ownership Society, is no longer available on compact disc, though there may be some copies floating around on Amazon. If you would like a digital version (mp3) email me for details: macgregor (dot) campbell (at) gmail. Thanks for listening!
My second album (sort of), Insufficient Complexity, is now available on a pay-what-you-like basis. It's completely different from The Ownership Society.