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Elobeing - Stage, cast -- QTVR

Enter the stage for the Elobeing design exhibit. The features on stage are the elements or component parts that go to make up an Elobeing. Think of them as the cast of the play, or acts, a sort of anatomy of an Elobeing. You are the director; explore. Turn them on and off and see how they combine. In the realm of evolutionary design, everything is alive and has consciousness. You could think of these visions as beings in their own right. See a full window version of this interactive movie. See an example of how to use the movie (you put the move into "movie").

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How 2 and Before

On stage, move your pointer over the words to the left. Moving over, you toggle or show/hide the graphic for each word. Click any word to keep the graphic in view. Click the word again to hide. Buttons to the right offer 'show all', 'hide all', 'scenery', a scenery-control triangle, and 'help'.

Scenery is a panoramic backdrop. Toggling the white scenery-control triangle, you scroll or pan right, left, and stop the image as you like. The scrolling works best near center stage and has inertia. It is slow and contemplative as befits this design environment. Help opens a foreground movie. If you like, open the help movie in its own window. Here is the main message:

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Follow the hand (prev) to the previous movie. See a map, to get an overview of the exhibit. The hand in the icon (lower right) shows where you are. The roots and topics of Elobeing come together in history as the design develops in the exhibit.

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