Science: Auto-tuned | The Scientist
It's Carl Sagan like you've never heard him: his digitized, remixed voice sounds more like something emanating from a radio tuned to a pop music station than from a TV playing a public television documentary. Footage of the scientist in his award-winning PBS series Cosmos mingles with stunning computer animations depicting complex scientific concepts. This is all part of a novel project called Symphony of Science, which is meant to bring science to the masses with the use of modern media. Nearly five million YouTube users have already tuned in to watch.