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Beauty of Geodesics


Straight Lines in Curved Space explained and visualized. Useful for the four dimensional space-time of Einstein’s General Relativity. My Patreon page is at 🤍

Geodesics and Relativity


Why does the Moon orbit the Earth? What's the connection between a funnel and a black hole? What is a metric? All these answers in 11 minutes! 0:00 - Introduction 0:45 - The metric 3:54 - Geodesics 6:29 - Spacetime 10:13 - Conclusion This video is narrated by Octave Masson. For more videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel : 🤍 And if you liked this video, you can share it on social networks ! To support me on Patreon : 🤍 or on Tipeee : 🤍 Facebook Page : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Alessandro Roussel, For more info: 🤍 _ ScienceClic Français : 🤍 ScienceClic Español : 🤍 _ To learn more : 🤍 🤍 🤍

Non Euclidean Geodesics!!


My 3rd video as a Science Ambassador for Cards Against Humanity! This video delves into the concept of geodesics, or the paths that light travels on, in curved spaces! More info on the Science Ambassador Scholarship: 🤍 #Math #ScienceAmbassador #MIT

The Maths of General Relativity (3/8) - Geodesics


In this series, we build together the theory of general relativity. This third video focuses on the notions of geodesics, Christoffel symbols, and the geodesic equation. For more videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel : 🤍 And if you liked this video, you can share it on social networks ! To support me on Patreon : 🤍 or on Tipeee : 🤍 Facebook Page : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Alessandro Roussel, For more info: 🤍

Tensor Calculus 15: Geodesics and Christoffel Symbols (extrinsic geometry)


Tensor Calculus 12 on the Metric Tensor:🤍 Course notes on geodesics: 🤍 Reuploaded to fix an error.

Sometimes The Shortest Distance Between Two Points is NOT a Straight Line: GEODESICS by Parth G


What happens when the shortest distance between two points is NOT a straight line, and exactly what is a geodesic? Hey everyone, in this video we'll be looking at how the surface we happen to be studying impacts the definition of the "shortest" distance between two points on that surface. A geodesic is exactly that, the shortest distance on a specific surface. On a flat surface like a piece of paper or a computer screen, the shortest distance is always a straight line. This can be proved rigorously using calculus of variations, but is also quite intuitive. For example, we can try to imagine any path that isn't a straight line between two points, and then laying a piece of string along it. The string can then be straightened and compared to the straight line path - and the not-straight path will always be longer. This also applies in 3D space, assuming the space is "flat", or "Euclidean" as it's known. However, if we now consider two points on the surface of a sphere, then the shortest distance between them (if we are restricted to move along the surface) is a curve. And yet we can imagine digging into the surface along a straight line to take an even shorter path. But this only makes sense if we consider a 2D sphere "embedded" in 3D space. In the study of relativity, embedding is just a useful visualization tool - but it doesn't necessarily refer to anything physical. Using our sphere example, it's a 2D surface that NEED NOT be embedded in 3D space, and so it makes no physical sense to dig into the sphere as we only have access to the two dimensions of the surface. Similarly, our universe can be described by 4D spacetime in relativity. And it need not be embedded in anything 5D. So when spacetime itself is curved, the concept of a straight line does not have any physical meaning. Two points in this curved spacetime may have a curved geodesic between them. It's important to note that light travels along these geodesics, which is why it is important that we study them. And it's also worth nothing that spacetime curvature is caused by mass or energy found within the spacetime, as explained by Einstein's Field Equations. So the point is that the shortest distance between two points need not be a straight line, especially if the surface that the points are on is curved in some way. And the shortest distance for a given surface is known as a geodesic. Many of you have asked about the stuff I use to make my videos, so I'm posting some affiliate links here! I make a small commission if you make a purchase through these links. General Relativity Textbook: 🤍 A Quantum Physics Book I Enjoy: 🤍 My camera (Canon EOS M50): 🤍 My Lens (Canon EF-M 22mm): 🤍 Microphone and Stand (Fifine): 🤍 Thanks so much for watching - please do check out my socials here: Instagram - 🤍parthvlogs Second (Music) Channel - Parth G's Shenanigans Patreon - Merch - 🤍

The Geodesic Problem on a Sphere | Calculus of Variations


In this video, I set up and solve the Geodesic Problem on a Sphere. I begin by setting up the problem and using the Euler-Lagrange Equation to determine the equation of the geodesic on a sphere. Then, I take a quick detour and explain the concept of a great circle, which is formed by the intersection of a plane passing through the center of a sphere and the sphere's surface. I finish the video by showing that the geodesic on a sphere carries the exact same form as the great circle. This leads to the conclusion that the curve representing the shortest distance between two points on a sphere is an arc on the great circle connecting those two points. Questions/requests? Let me know in the comments! Pre-reqs: The videos before this one in this playlist: 🤍 Previous Geodesic Video: 🤍 Lecture Notes: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Special thanks to my Patrons for supporting me at the $5 level or higher: - James Mark Wilson - Marcin Maciejewski - Sabre - Jacob Soares - Yenyo Pal - Lisa Bouchard - Bernardo Marques - Connor Mooneyhan - Richard McNair - Guillaume Chereau - Patapom - Elm Mara - Vitor Ciaramella - Cooper Wang

Brilliant Off-Grid Geodesic Greenhouse Perfect for Homesteading & 4 Season Food Production


Full tour of 3 off-grid passive solar growing domes that can be used as 4-season year-round greenhouses in just about any climate and growing zone. The geodesic dome structure can withstand up to 7 feet of snow and ~180km/h wind speeds. They're built with cedar struts to withstand humidity, marine-grade aluminum hubs for strength, and polycarbonate panels that provide a 1.6 R-value and are fully recyclable. In Canada, these growing domes are sold by Arctic Acres: 🤍 🤍 🤍 In the US, these growing domes are sold by Growing Spaces: 🤍 The growing domes have a specific number of intake and exhaust fans based on their square footage and the CFM (cubic foot per minute) required. These fans are powered by solar panels and they don't need an external power source to function. There are quite a few additional passive solar features that help regulate the temperature inside the domes, including aluminum shade cloth, bicarbonate spray coating, a reflectix wall, a thermal mass pond, and geothermal ventilation. We love how these simple technologies can help make growing food and being self-sufficient year-round a little easier and less energy-intensive in all types of climates. Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle - STAY IN TOUCH! - Blog: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 - COMMENTS - We want our channel and our comments section to be an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome to watch and contribute. For this reason, comments that are inappropriate or hateful will be reported and/or deleted. Please discuss and debate with respect, and report inappropriate or hateful comments directly to YouTube. - CREDITS - Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat of Exploring Alternatives Photo Credits: Client photos provided by Arctic Acres #offgrid #geodesicdome #greenhouse

4m Frameless Geodesic Dome Build.


Build Plans to create your own here... 3,4,5,6,7 frameless geodesic dome and 3.25 bubble dome... 🤍

Geodesic Dome v6 Vis Island Croatia April 2018


🤍 Geodesic Dome v6 Vis Island Croatia April 2018 Blissdom Vis Framelapse video

14. The Geodesic Equation


MIT 8.286 The Early Universe, Fall 2013 View the complete course: 🤍 Instructor: Alan Guth In this lecture, the professor reviewed Robertson-Walker metric and talked about geodesic equation. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at 🤍 More courses at 🤍

Couple Growing Food *Year Round* in a Backyard Permaculture Micro Farm with Geodesic Dome Greenhouse


Deborah and Gabe transformed an empty backyard lawn into an abundant permaculture micro-farm where they're growing fresh fruits and vegetables for themselves, and for sale at their farm gate stand. To grow food year-round in a northern climate, they also have a geodesic dome greenhouse with an indoor pond that helps regulate the temperature in all 4 seasons. You can follow and find out more about The Ecobubble here: 🤍 🤍 The couple is using permaculture and hügelkultur methods to grow food in their backyard gardens and they don't use any pesticides or herbicides. They've planted a food forest with fruit and nut trees, and they've also planted fruit trees and native plant species to feed birds and pollinators like bees and butterflies. The 26’ geodesic growing dome is from Arctic Acres in Canada: 🤍 These domes are available from Growing Spaces in the United States: 🤍 With a 1/2 acre of land, some infrastructure, and a whole lot of hard work, Deborah and Gabe are already growing loads of fresh food for themselves, their neighbours, and the wildlife around them. We can't wait to see what they get up to this year on their future homestead! You can follow along on their journey in bringing The Ecobubble vision to reality here: 🤍 🤍 Special thank you to Laurie from Right Arm Builds (Lauriebakker🤍 for being a growing dome ninja super star on filming day! Thanks for watching! Mat & Danielle - STAY IN TOUCH! - Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 - COMMENTS - We want our channel and our comments section to be an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome to watch and contribute. For this reason, comments that are inappropriate or hateful will be reported and/or deleted. Please discuss and debate with respect, and report inappropriate or hateful comments directly to YouTube. - CREDITS - Music & Song Credits: All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives. Editing Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Filming Credits: Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives Photo Credits: Photos provided by Deborah and Gabe of The Ecobubble #permaculture #backyardfarming #backyardgardening

Geodesic - Endless Space 2 Original Soundtrack


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GEODESIC DOME: Worth the Hype?


Have you ever wondered what it was like to stay in a Geodesic Dome? Or if it was worth investing in one? Well, I recently stayed in one and I am here to tell you all about it pros and cons! I hope you enjoy today's video The dome we stayed at was: Balsam Ridge Forest Dome in New Brunswick Canada. This video is not sponsored. 🤍 #interiordesignhub #interiordesign #geodesicdome Like some of the products in today's video? Here are the link: ( I do receive a small commission if purchased) Black and White pillows: 🤍 Diffuser and Sound Machine: 🤍 Axe throwing game: 🤍 OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT LIKE: Design Trends 2022: 🤍 Design Mistakes: 🤍 Maximalism: 🤍 WHO AM I: My name is Ania and I am a professional Interior Designer with over 12 years in the business. I created this channel to share with you design thoughts, ideas, and styles. I hope this channel inspires you in some way related to design, whether it be with a new style you haven’t discovered, thinking about becoming an Interior Designer, or just curious about life as an Interior Designer. I try to touch on a little of everything. If there is something that you would like to see that I don’t have, reach out, let me know what you would like to see! Please like and subscribe! Thank you! FIND ME ON: Website: Instagram: 🤍 My current setup for shooting Youtube videos :) ( In case you wanted to start your own!) Disclaimer Some links are affiliate links and I get paid a small commission if you chose to purchase the item. Camera: Canon M50 USA: 🤍 CAD: 🤍 10” Ring Light: CANADA: 🤍 USA: 🤍 Microphone: CANADA: 🤍 USA: 🤍 SHARE MY LOVE OF READING! My top Interior Design books that I love: Design Sponge USA: 🤍 CDN: 🤍 Domino the book of Decorating: USA: 🤍 CDN: 🤍 Home Body: A guide to creating spaces you never want to leave USA: 🤍 CDN: 🤍

This Geodesic Dome Home was Built by Hand for Only $18,000 back in the 80s


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Geodesic Dome window tutorial


Making windows for geodesic domes isn't that difficult, for basic greenhouses you can just make another frame, turn it inside out and have a working window in a few minutes. with more complex builds, including houses you need to add a little extra work but it is easily manageable without the need for specialised tools or equipment. Subscribe to see more videos like this: Website: 🤍

What are Geodesics? | Graph Theory


What are geodesics in graph theory? We'll define them and give some examples in today's video graph theory lesson! And apologies for my mispronunciation and misspelling in this video. Remember that the distance between two connected vertices is the length of a shortest path connecting them. Such a shortest path is called a geodesic. So, for connected vertices u and v, a u-v geodesic is a shortest u-v path, which is a path whose length is the distance between u and v. Lesson on distance between vertices: 🤍 I hope you find this video helpful, and be sure to ask any questions down in the comments! The outro music is by a favorite musician of mine named Vallow, who, upon my request, kindly gave me permission to use his music in my outros. I usually put my own music in the outros, but I love Vallow's music, and wanted to share it with those of you watching. Please check out all of his wonderful work. Vallow Bandcamp: 🤍 Vallow Spotify: 🤍 Vallow SoundCloud: 🤍 +WRATH OF MATH+ ◆ Support Wrath of Math on Patreon: 🤍 Follow Wrath of Math on... ● Instagram: 🤍 ● Facebook: 🤍 ● Twitter: 🤍 My Music Channel: 🤍

The Geodesic Problem on a Plane | Calculus of Variations


In this short (hehe) video, I set up and solve the Geodesic Problem on a Plane. A geodesic is a special curve that represents the shortest distance between two points on a particular surface. Here, because the geodesic problem is being solved on a plane, I show that the geodesic on a plane is a straight line. To do this, I set up a length functional, and then using the Euler-Lagrange equation, I solve for the equation of the geodesic path. The computation here isn't that difficult, but I said I'd cover geodesics when I started this series so I figured I'd do this for the sake of completeness. Now, I didn't mention this in the video because I thought it was a bit tangential to the topic, but geodesics become quite important in General Relativity. General Relativity essentially has two important (sets of) equations. The first are the Einstein Field Equations, which describe how spacetime (which can be thought of as a 4-D surface) curves under the influence of mass and energy. The second set are the geodesic equations, which describe how light and matter travel in this 'curved' spacetime. In other words, light travels along geodesics in spacetime (that's why light 'bends' in gravity). The geodesic equation in General Relativity can, in fact, be derived using Euler-Lagrange. In this case, the dS isn't just sqrt(dx^2 + dy^2) but is a lot more complicated, and involves the metric tensor. I'll cover this in more depth once I start General Relativity, but I figured I'd briefly discuss an application for the interested folks out there. ERRATA: At 3:29, I meant to say y' instead of y. Pre-reqs: The first two videos of this playlist: 🤍 Euler-Lagrange Video: 🤍 Lecture Notes: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Special thanks to my Patrons: - Tom - Jennifer Helfman - Justin Hill - Jacob Soares - Yenyo Pal - Chi - Lisa Bouchard

Building a Wooden Geodesic Dome Skeleton - Lessons learned


This is a video of our experience building a wooden Geodesic dome skeleton, based on the video tutorials of Paul Robinson. We cover the tools we used, some of the techniques as well as the lessons learned along the way. Special thanks to Zig Zag hostel in Lima, Peru for sponsoring this project! For detailed instructions on how to build a geodesic dome search for "Paul Robinson beveled frame"

The easiest way to cover a Geodesic Dome.


EKODOME is a geodesic dome framework that allows you to build better and sustainable spaces. With our patent-pending aluminum strut design, you will easily create multipurpose spaces and have the flexibility to cover the dome with any solid panel or membrane. You can cover your Ekodome with many commonly used building materials. In addition, our dome kits come with panel templates that allow you to cut and install the panels by yourself, which is a great flexibility that do-it-yourselfers seek. Furthermore, these geodesic dome frames can accommodate any solid panel between 4mm and 10mm thickness. Finally, for those who prefer a complete boxed solution, pre-cut panels in various materials for your Ekodome frames are available on our website. Get the most fabulous geodesic dome frames designed until now from our website. LET'S BUILD BETTER SPACES!

S.T.E.A.M. @ Home Geodesic Domes with Jasmin


Create your own Newspaper Fort modeled after geodesic domes. Geodesic domes are round shapes made of straight lines. We'll learn about how to create these strong structures using a mini model and then we'll scale it up to create our own fort. For the mini model you'll need: - gumdrops - toothpicks For the Newspaper Fort you'll need: - Newspapers - A stapler - Tape - Cardstock (or cardboard from cereal boxes) To make more complex designs or explore geodesic domes more, check out Science Buddies : 🤍

Introducing Ekodome TERRA Frame, 3V Geodesic Dome


Ekodome TERRA 3V Geodesic Dome Frame Keeps structural integrity even during Category 4 Hurricane There is no snow accumulation that this frame can not afford. Easy to install: 4-6 hours for a team of 3-4. - Diameter: 22.14 ft / 6.75 m - Height: 13.15 ft / 4 m - Floor Area: 366 sq ft / 34 sq m Kit includes: Aluminum extruded struts and strut caps. Aluminum casting hubs and hub caps TPE SEBS and EPDM seals on profiles and hubs Delta Seal coated steel bolts and nuts Frame covering: (Not included) Any solid panel between 4mm-10mm can be installed on the frame without screwing. See details at COMING SOON: Panel, door, window, passive vent, and cupola installation! LET'S BUILD BETTER SPACES

Geodesic Dome Greenhouse made from Trash


This week i am following Tom Sachs example and built a Geodesic Dome check out his Insta IGTV to get the full background on this topic. I loved the procress and am super pumped that this actually worked! If you like what i do you can support me at: 🤍 For more Infos visit 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound (🤍)

Nordic home encased within geodesic dome for passive solar


In 1960 American architect/designer/futurist Buckminster Fuller envisioned building a dome over Manhattan to regulate weather and air pollution. A half-century later, a Danish construction company built a Bucky Fuller-inspired “geodesic” dome in the center of one of Copenhagen’s largest plazas as an experiment in future living: single-family home and mini urban farm included. “So the thinking of the dome itself and that was also Buckminster Fuller’s idea was: could you live inside a greenhouse,” explains the Dome of Visions founder Martin Manthorpe (of NCC Construction). The Danish dome, designed by architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen, is also meant as a challenge to our conventional ideas on housing: “to explore the idea of the greenhouse as a third space that is both inside and outside at once”. At a time of increasingly strict regulations for home energy performance, Manthorpe sees the design as an alternative to ultra-thick walls; instead, the greenhouse serves as the “outside” of the wall and the actual wall of the house is “inside”. The greenhouse was built with overlapping CNC-cut polycarbonate "fish scales". The home inside the greenhouse was designed for a family of 4 and since it’s protected from wind and rain it’s created with a minimum amount of resources and no glue or chemicals. The geodesic or “omnitriangulated”, design popularized (and patented) by Fuller is inherently minimalist. It relies on Fuller’s concept of tensegrity, using tensional integrity (compression and tension) to make an extremely efficient structure that is strong while requiring little material. The Dome of Visions was inspired by the C60 molecule, AKA the “Buckminsterfullerene” or “bucky-ball” (a molecule discovered after Fuller’s death). Manthorpe sees the Dome of Visions as not only a model for future housing for single families but on a larger scale, perhaps over a multi-family community or a city block. “When you look back in time in Buckminster Fuller’s era, in the sixties, I think that the dome was kind of equal to hippies and I think when that culture or whatever developed I think people forgot the dome and even didn’t think of that as a new way of living. I think it comes up now because we need to think differently when we think about construction and urban and city development.” 🤍 Original story: 🤍

Lecture 20: Geodesics (Discrete Differential Geometry)


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60 sided geodesic dome


Making a small 60-sided geodesic dome out of solid pieces of wood. Lots of miters! 🤍 A 60-sided geodesic is derived by taking a 12-sided dodecahedron and turning each pentagon into a 5-sided pyramid.

DIY easy and cheap: geodesic dome V2 in #bamboo with #polyethilene #joints & "#zerowaste solution "


#diy #easy and #cheap: #geodesic #dome V2 in #bamboo with #polyethilene #joints & "#zerowaste #solution " by Fabio Mao Valletta ENG_: how to build a #geodesicdome in bamboo V2 with diameter 4,4m and #polyethilene #joints, "Zero Waste solution". This video was made up from a #project to clean up in nature, #recycling and #bioremediation of #plastic with pleurotus ostreatus #mycelium. I'm interested in any feedback expecially about improvements of this easy project and #cheap #hubs solution... To have more informations about #mushrooms remediation habilities and cultivation you can subscribe the channel Naturalmao, check the playlist "Mycology applications" or follow me in instgram 🤍 (mao.valletta). Thanks a lot and let's enjoy nature #NaturalMao IT_: Fai da te facile ed economico: cupola geodetica V2 in #bambù con #giunti in #polietilene e soluzione "0" rifiuti Come costruire una #cupola geodetica in bambù V2 con un diametro di 4,4 m e #giunti in #politene, "soluzione a rifiuti zero". Questo video è stato realizzato nell'ambito di un progetto di #pulizia della natura, #riciclaggio e #biorisanamento di #plastiche con il #micelio di #pleurotus #ostreatus. Sono interessato a qualsiasi commento e #idea, soprattutto sui miglioramenti di questa #soluzione #facile ed #economica. Per ulteriori informazioni sulle capacità di #risanamento e coltivazione dei funghi potete iscrivervi al canale Naturalmao e consultare la playlist "Mycology apps". o seguitemi su instgram 🤍 (mao.valletta). Grazie mille e godiamoci la natura #NaturalMao ES_ : DIY fácil y barato: cúpula geodésica V2 en #bambú con #juntas de #polietileno y "solución ZERO RESIDUOS" de Fabio Mao Valletta cómo construir una #cúpula geodésica en bambú V2 con diámetro de 4,4m y #juntas de #polietileno, "solución Zero Waste". Este video fue realizado a partir de un #proyecto de limpieza en la naturaleza, #reciclaje y #biorremediación de #plásticos con el #micelio de pleurotus ostreatus. Estoy interesado en cualquier comentario y #ideas , especialmente sobre las mejoras de este #solución fácil y #barato para tener más información sobre las capacidades de remediación y cultivo de #hongos puedes suscribirte al canal Naturalmao, consultar la lista de reproducción "Aplicaciones de micología" o seguirme en instgram 🤍 (mao.valletta). Muchas gracias y a disfrutar de la naturaleza #NaturalMao

The Ultimate Geodesic Dome Build Guide - Most Beautiful, Inexpensive, No Hubs


Find the Builder's Guide PDF and Dome Plans to follow along: 🤍 Music by Robin Carmosino In this video I show you step by step how to build a geodesic dome using the most beautiful, least expensive method that exists. I have been designing and building wooden geodesic domes for years. Due to popular demand I have come out with plans for my most popular designs, and will be adding more. The techniques I present in this document will allow a hobbyist or professional of any skill level to build an incredibly unique a beautiful geodesic dome. Included in the plans are all the specifications and measurements needed to complete the project, a list of needed tools, a materials list, and a thorough 15-page step-by-step walkthrough of how to build the dome of your dreams! Quick overview of time, materials and tools: Tools needed: Beyond a table saw, miter saw and screw gun, only very basic tools are required. Material cost: Depending on where you source materials the 15' and 20' Dome will cost around $500-$1000 in materials. 10' Dome around $300-$600 Time to build: This varies wildly between people. Give yourself a few weeks to complete if building in your spare time. But something like the 10' dome can be done in 2 or 3 days once you get the hang of the process. These ideas are backed up by years of experience and many happy customers. After being asked online endlessly for tutorials and details, I have finally given it the time, so that the magic of dome building with this simple and beautiful method can be shared far and wide. IF you run into any trouble, don't hesitate to reach out. These structures can be used for green houses, sauna, cabin, tiny house, glamping, off grid, trellis, garden art, etc! Check out my website ( and instagram 🤍trilliumdomes for more up to date goings on. Johnny

My Geodesic Dome Building Process


Sharing with you how I build the dome and how much work is involved...

How to Assemble your Magidome - Magidome Geodesic Hobby Dome Connectors


Its easy, simply predrill and screw together your lumber into each connector. Your Magidome will require 25 equal lengths. From greenhouse to play house and everything in between. What will you build? 🤍

The 500-year-lifespan geodesic dome home is now real, actual, built


We desperately need more housing that is affordable, sustainable, and mass producible. Geoship thinks they've created exactly that, and have now actually built a full-scale prototype using their advanced materials science and construction methodology. In this TechFirst, we chat with CEO and cofounder Morgan Bierschenk. Way too many can’t afford homes right now, especially young people, and the homes we do build are generally horrible for the environment. Plus, the isolated wood boxes we build for people don’t tend to bring us closer together. Geoship is building sustainable bioceramic domes. They're non-toxic, have a near-zero carbon footprint, are and designed to last 500 years. They’re also intended to be affordable, mass producible, and maybe even to be deployed in communities where people can live together, not apart. Sounds idealistic? Maybe. But the company has completed its first full-size prototype, has 500 orders, and is looking to enter full-scale production. Links: Support TechFirst with $SMRT coins: 🤍 Buy $SMRT to join a community focused on tech for good: the emerging world of smart matter. Access my private Slack, get your name in my book, suggest speakers for TechFirst ... and support my work. TechFirst transcripts: 🤍 Forbes columns: 🤍 Subscribe to the podcast: 🤍 Keep in touch: 🤍

Too Dangerous to Stay Here (Geodesic Dome vs Hurricane)


Our Geodesic Dome is in a danger due to the hurricane and it’s not safe to stay here… Click here: 🤍 to get up to a year's supply of immune supporting Vitamin D + 5 individual travel packs, both FREE with your first purchase! As we shared with you in the live video, the Geodesic Dome and the Solar Panels made it through the storm but we have a lot of clean up work ahead of us over the next week Join us every Sunday as we continue to create off the grid homestead vlogs, sharing our adventures as we build our own alternative lifestyle, living simply in the wild wonderful off grid forest! Instagram: 🤍 Enjoying the music? Check out the songs used in this video at 🤍 Our Camera Gear: Camera Body: 🤍 18mm F2.8 Lens: 🤍 35mm F1.4 Lens: 🤍 70-200mm F4 Lens: 🤍 85mm F1.4 Lens: 🤍 Drone: 🤍 Go Pro: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Gimbal: 🤍 Memory Card: 🤍 Our Tools: Jigsaw: 🤍 Circular Saw: 🤍 Drill Set: 🤍 Grinder: 🤍 Sander: 🤍 Framing Nailer: 🤍 Reciprocating Saw: 🤍 Multi-Tool: 🤍 Telescopic Ladder: 🤍 Shop Vac: 🤍 How did we get here? After a year of full time travel living the van life, we had to adapt when the world changed. To keep busy we’ve converted our tiny house on wheels into a fully functioning off grid tiny house that has everything we need. Realizing that none of us know how long this new normal will stick around, we made the decision that building a home here was the best decision we could make. We've spent the last year doing EVERYTHING involved with coordinating and planning the build ourselves as well as setting up this off grid property to be able to provide us with the the food we'll need in the future.

How Wind Resistant are Geodesic Domes? - The biggest storm for 30 years hits our Glamping Site!


In this episode we have to deal with Storm Eunice, the biggest storm to hit Britain for 30 years! The Met Office issue a red weather warning meaning "danger to life" so schools are closed across the country. Spoiler Alert - the domes are amazing at wind resistance, we just lose the felt off a shed roof! We also experience the worst power cut we've ever had with the power being off for 35 hours! In better news, our new domes arrive from TruDomes! Have your domes survived worse? Let us know in the comments. Connect with us on Facebook or Instagram 🤍Tractors & Cream Glamping

Buckminster Fuller's Geodesic Dome


Short introduction to Buckminster Fuller and the US Pavilion at Montreal World Expo 67.

Geodesic Dome in Blender


This video is a tutorial on how to make geodesic dome in Blender. A quick way to do it is to use the built in shapes in Blender. Very quick and very fast. I had fun doing it the first time. Blender is fun.

Geodesic Dome Installation | Jeodezik Dome Kurulum | Installation in Just 1 Hour


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Lush Geodesic Dome Greenhouse in the Desert


This is the fifth video in a playlist documenting the Off Grid Owner Builders of Crestone Colorado. In this video, my Father and I unexpectedly discover an incredible geodesic dome greenhouse while we take a soak at the local hot springs. Valley View Hot Springs: 🤍 Full Crestone Colorado Playlist: 🤍

Off-Grid Tiny House Paradise With Geodesic Dome Greenhouse


This is the ultimate tiny house off grid paradise. Situated on 380 acres of spectacular lake-front property with private hot-springs and abundant wildlife, the land will eventually be home to a fully functioning off-the-grid, solar powered community of tiny homes which will be placed amongst a network of geodesic dome greenhouses growing organic food. The first of the homes is already in place, with ingenious design and high quality craftsmanship. It's owner Kathleen takes us through the property and shares her vision for an amazing future. Become a Living Big Patron: 🤍 Read More: 🤍 Music in this video: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍TinyHouseNZ Instagram: 🤍livingbiginatinyhouse Please subscribe for more videos on Tiny Houses, design, and sustainable, off-grid living. 'Living Big in a Tiny House' © 2017 Zyia Pictures Ltd

Making Metal Geodesic Dome struts under $2 each DYI - Part 1 (2020)


Part one - Building a metal conduit geodesic dome 4 season greenhouse for my own private garden. In this video I measure, cut, squish, drill and grind the poles/struts used to make the frame of the greenhouse. It ends up being under $2 a strut if you do it yourself. A 16 foot diameter dome, 200 sq feet, 2V was about $150 with sales tax! Watch DYI instructions in this video Geodesic Dome Calculator used 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to Simple Tek - 🤍

Geodesic Dome Frequencies Explained!


Everything in nature is born from one of the Platonic solids: Named after the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, platonic solids are geometric shapes where the same number of sides meet at each vertex with the same length and angle to create equal forces. They are the only stable structures found in nature. The five platonic solids that meet these criteria are: The tetrahedron which is associated with the element of fire, The cube, which is earth The octahedron, which is air The dodecahedron, which is the cosmos, and lastly, and most complex is the icosahedron, a 20-sided spherical shape which is associated with the element of water. Buckminster Fuller won the Gold Medal for designing the geodesic dome, the strongest structure known to man from the American Institute of Architects. When he designed the geodesic dome, he extrapolated the math from the icosahedron. He truncated the icosahedron to make a dome. By dividing each side of each triangle by 2, he created a 2-frequency dome. Dividing it by three creates a 3-frequency dome and so on… In a geodesic dome each pentagon represents the original hub of the main face of the icosahedron. You can determine the frequency of any dome by counting the number of struts between the centers of each pentagon. For 2 frequency and higher, the other hubs are hexagons. The higher the frequency, the more curved and spherical the dome is. Website - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Pinterest - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍

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