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GENI Initiative Related Animations

  • Global Resources/Global Issues Visualization Comparisons (Flash version) or (GENI WMS Server)
    • Flash animation starts with the NASA Earth at Night map, then shows our planet's population, current energy production, and all the potential renewable energy resources. One of our goals is to make the energy issues of our world visible and ultimately to visualize the GENI solution.
    • The WMS (Web Map Service) Server is the latest and most advanced visualization of the GENI Initiative and allows real-world data to be displayed and compared online. Read more about it in the white paper: The GENI Initiative Visualization (171 MB .pdf), presented to the IEEE Power Engineering Society in July, 2008.
  • The Tres Amigas Superstation pdf
    • Tres Amigas CEO Phil Harris recently (Nov, 2009) gave a presentation about the proposed project to interconnect the Eastern, Western and Texas grids to folks at the Electric Power Research Institute.
  • Emergence of the Next World Wide Web (PowerPoint Presentation)
     
  • "Dymaxion Impact" Animation
    • Flash version of Pat Chipman's original "DYMAXION IMPACT" 1991 animation. (Conversion by Paul-Michael Dekker)
  • HTML/Flash version of GENI Animation by Russ Hoffman
    • This is an HTML/Flash version of the GENI Animation by Russ Hoffman of the Animated Software Company. (Conversion by Scott Schlegel and Tsutomu Hirooka)
       
  • NASA's Visible Rotating Earth (requires Windows Media Player)
  • Blue Beauty Slideshow
  • The Miniature Earth
    • This is an free program .exe file that you will need to download and install to view. Based on the "State of the Village Report" originally written in 1990 by Donella Meadows and since updated, this animation gives an approximate view of the world as if the population were only 100.
  • Dymaxion Projection Animation

     

     

  • Greenstar.org's Earth: Rotating Polar View

    • A unique Quicktime view of our rotating planetary home, from above the North Pole (original page) (stills & sound effects; 0:23 time; 944 kb)
  • Scott's Grid-Energy-Population Animation 1
    • This has animated buttons for each 1% of the world's population and the outline of a possible global grid location superimposed on the Dymaxion Map. Good for telling others about GENI..
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (28 kb)
       
  • Scott's Grid-Energy-Population Animation 2
    • This printable page has animated buttons for each 1% of the world's population and the outline of a possible global grid location. Good for printing and telling others about GENI.
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (53 kb)
       
  • Scott's Grid-Energy-Population Animation 2 - High-Resolution
    • This printable page has animated buttons for each 1% of the world's population and the outline of a possible global grid location. Good for printing and telling others about GENI.
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (529 kb)
       
  • Scott's Grid-Transmission-Limits Animation 3 - High-Resolution
    • This printable page builds a possible global grid location. Then displays growth of grid transmission limits from the beginning of grids to the year 1980. Materials science has since grown this limit even more. Good for printing and telling others about GENI.
    • Here's one with a building grid and static1980 transmission limits.
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (239 kb)
       
  • Scott's Building-the-Grid Animation 4 - High-Resolution
    • This printable page builds a possible global grid location, and then continues to loop and rebuild the grid. Good for telling others about GENI.
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (239 kb)
       
  • Scott's Building-the-Grid Animation 5 - High-Resolution
    • This Building the Grid version only builds the portions of the grid that have not yet been completed. Good for telling others about GENI.
    • This Flash animation is provided courtesy of Scott Schleiger. (200 kb)
       
  • GENI's "Light Bulb" home page animation (superceded in 2006)
     
  • U.S. Integrated Energy System Diagram

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