What Moves You? A film for runners by runners from What Moves You? on Vimeo.

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Told from the point-of-view of runners from all walks of life, the film explores the inspiration and motivation that modern cultures associate with running.

On the surface, the reasons people run seem obvious; health, stress, competition to name a few. But what if there is a deeper, more intrinsic compulsion that connects people who choose to run for enjoyment regardless of genetic, ethnic, socioeconomic, religious or physical differences?

Runners share an uncommon bond in today’s society, whether it’s through participation in the events or a simple ‘hey’ on an isolated nature trail. We aim to find out what it is.

With breathtaking landscapes, high-profiles races and quirky tribal-like parades as the backdrop, we join hardcore and casual runners alike on their individual journeys to health and wellness, weight loss, triumph, freedom and companionship, with one goal in mind; to find out what moves them.

Everyday more and more people are making running part of their daily routines and part of their lives. So we are setting out on a quest to ask as them just one simple question; What Moves You?

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instagram-engineering:

Yesterday we released Hyperlapse from Instagram—a new app that lets you capture and share moving time lapse videos. Time lapse photography is a technique in which frames are played back at a much faster rate than that at which they’re captured. This allows you to experience a sunset in 15 seconds…

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rawbdz:

Pop-Up BassThis project is based on seizing the vibrations that are produced by the column from the subwoofer. Enjoying the movements that produce the bass, the speakers create visual effects through the styrofoam balls that move to the rhythm of the music. The design provides for both an auditory and visual experience.

rawbdz:

Pop-Up Bass

This project is based on seizing the vibrations that are produced by the column from the subwoofer. Enjoying the movements that produce the bass, the speakers create visual effects through the styrofoam balls that move to the rhythm of the music. The design provides for both an auditory and visual experience.