July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Sean Carroll speaks on his theories of time travel, the Big Bang and the arrow of time at Idea Festival 2010. Video of one of his seminars is included.
Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll spoke at IdeaFestival 2010 about the arrow of time and the difference between the past and future. Carroll explains that in space there is no direction and no arrow of time.  Small particles in simple systems move into larger collections of particles in complex...
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Creative Capital Ruby Lerner spoke at IdeaFestival 2010 and brought four of their artists with her to display some of their work...video included of interview with sculptor/filmmaker Brent Green.
Creative Capital (CC) is a non-profit organization that makes funding and resources available to artists with innovative projects. President Ruby Lerner gave a very inspiring speech and overview of what they have done as an organization at IdeaFestival 2010.
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols spoke at IdeaFestival 2010 about how she received the role of Uhura, the trials and discrimination she faced, and the importance of her role in the civil rights movement.
IdeaFestival guest and actress Nichelle Nichols is best known for her role on Star Trek, but she serves as an icon for the civil rights movement as well. In addition to her acting and other notable achievements, she was also recruited by NASA to help recruit their first female and minority...
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Scientist, music industry PR executive and thinker extraordinaire Howard Bloom has been called the Einstein of our time and spoke at IdeaFestival 2010 about the human need to connect.
Howard Bloom is a scientist who has worn many hats, including that of a music industry public relations executive which allowed him to work with many notables such as Michael Jackson, Prince, Madonna, Run DMC in addition to being an author of several books.  His most recent book is titled "...
October 5, 2010 - 11:32am
Jon Landau, producer of the two highest grossing films of all time, Titanic and Avatar, talks about Avatar and the future of 3D at IdeaFestival 2010. So what's next in the world of 3D technology?
Avatar is now the highest grossing film of all-time with over $2.7 billion dollars in ticket sales, a substantial portion stemming from 3D screenings. Jon Landau also produced the second highest grossing film of all-time, Titanic.