Neil Thapen is a game developer who's been working this in-browser simulator (dubbed "Pink Trombone") since 2015. You, the user, are given fine control over every important part of the human vocal tract; in theory, you should be able to make all sorts of sounds. In practice, having such fine grain control is really, really hard to manage. The results are simultaneously impressive and hilarious.
Directed & Edited By Ladd Ehlinger. Flatland is a two-dimensional universe occupied by living geometric figures - squares, triangles, circles, etc. A Square, Attorney At Law, finds himself in the middle of two upheavals: the rise of martial law by the circular leadership of Flatland, and the arrival of A Sphere, CEO Of Messiah, Incorporated, a creature from a hitherto-unknown third dimensional world.
Very cool example on how pattern identification, lack of information and adamant defense of a specific view point, leads to a deficit of self criticism and to a very creative, even beautiful, self delusion.
by Edward de Bono. "There is a story of a man who painted half his car black and the other half white. He said he did this because he loved to hear the witnesses dogmatically contradict each other whenever he was involved in an accident. A wife tries on a new dress and loves it. Her husband who is with her dislikes it. She is looking at the colour and shape - he is looking at the price."
science fiction film shot in Denmark. The film's ideas of astronauts exploring outer space only to confront their inner mindscapes and memories precede the similar-themed Solaris by a full decade (Although the novel Solaris precedes this film by a year). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journey_to_the_Seventh_Planet