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Inspired by Nature: Episode 4 - Fabrics of the Future| 52mins
Director: André Rehse | Producer: Christian Beetz
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Germany
Subject Tags: environment, global, science
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Humanity is facing huge challenges today: climate change, ocean pollution and non-renewable energy sources are all pressing environmental problems. But nature provides some sustainable answers. The four-part series “Inspired by Nature” deals with selected biomimicry topics such as locomotion, construction, apperception and processing and also shows how biological processes are applied to solutions of technical problems. The fourth and final episode of the series “Inspired by Nature” shows, by means of numerous examples, how we can get a grip on the problems of our industrial society by consulting the principles of nature. The episodes of the series include “Episode 1: The Art of Movement”, “Episode 2: Building with Efficiency”, “Episode 3: Orientation in the Chaos” and “Episode 4: Fabrics of Future”.

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