The NOVA: The Elegant Universe [DVD] [2003]

Join Columbia University Physics and Mathematics Professor Brian Greene as he explores the controversial "string theory" of the universe in this visually beautiful and intellectually stimulating release from WGBH Boston Video. Presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and offering audio rendered in English Dolby Digital Stereo, this release also offers such extras as a look at how the animations used in the main feature were created, a "Multidimensional Math Activity," "The Making of the Elegant Universe Activity," printable materials for educators, access to the Elegant Universe website, and an excerpt from the bestselling book.
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Special Features

  • Bonus video how the animation was created
  • "Multidimensional Math" activity
  • "The making of The Elegant Universe" activity
  • Printable materials for educators
  • Access to The Elegant Universe website
  • Excerpt from the best-selling book
  • Closed captions and video description
  • Closed Captioned


NOVA: The Elegant Universe
NOVA: The Elegant Universe is a three-hour miniseries about the string theory, which some physicists believe may unify the forces of nature. Scientific commentary is provided by Brian Greene, a professor of physics at Columbia University. He uses computer animation to illustrate his explanations for the idea which has been called the "theory of everything." Contains three sections: "Einstein's Dream," "String's the Thing," and "Welcome to the 11th Dimension." Greene is the author of The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory, published by Norton in 1999. This miniseries was originally broadcast on PBS in October 2003. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

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