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November 09, 1990 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-09

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For anyone who
ever tried to grow
up with parents!

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Science Center
Sets New Film

A new film will begin this
fall at the Detroit Science
Center's Omnimax Theater
to give viewers a look into the
human body as it reacts to
physical exercise.
Through fiber-optic filming
technology, To The Limit
shows how humans change
the dynamics of their body
and mind to improve physical
performance. Along with the
inner workings of the human
body, the film features action
sequences of world-class
athletes, including a cham-
pion mountain-climber, a
Bolshoi ballerina and an
Olympic skier.
To meet the challenge, new
optics, lighting and other
techniques were developed to
adapt the medical endoscope
— a standard instrument us-
ed to view inside the body —
to the giant Omnimax for-
mat. At ten times the area of
a standard 35 mm film frame,
the Omnimax frame requires
ten times as much light.
The Omnimax film provides
intricate detail as the en-
doscopic eye traces the
pathway of air through the
lungs, watches as blood
vessels constrict in response
to cooling temperatures and
follows blood cells as they
replenish tired muscles.
These sequences give viewers
a personal feel for the human
machine.
More than a science film, To
The Limit includes action per-
formances. In the opening
scene, viewers ascend the
heights of Half Dome Peak in
Yosemite National Park with
mountain climber Tony
Yanero as he inches up the
face of the smooth, vertical
cliff.
In the ski sequence, viewers
experience a downhill race
from the point-of-view of
Olympic-champion skier
Maria Walliser.
For the final sequence
featuring Nina Ananiashvili,
a prima ballerina with
Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet Com-
pany, a special high-speed
camera was developed to cap-
ture slow-motion images.

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Sets Theater Trip

West Bloomfield Parks and
Recreation will sponsor an
evening to see Andrew Lloyd
Weber's Les Miserables Dec.
13. Lower balcony seats and
bus transportation to the
Fisher Theatre are included
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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