National Geographic: The Incredible Human Machine

Overview

You and your family can travel on an amazing journey through the inner world of the human body. Have you ever wondered how your taste buds or vocal cords look at close range? How your eardrum processes sound? How are your muscles able to move in so many ways? Or how does your eye adjust to changes in light? Tiny cameras explore up close the internal workings of the human body in this crash course in human physiology. Though made in 1975, the visual effects created by x-rays, microscopes, and time-lapse ...
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Overview

You and your family can travel on an amazing journey through the inner world of the human body. Have you ever wondered how your taste buds or vocal cords look at close range? How your eardrum processes sound? How are your muscles able to move in so many ways? Or how does your eye adjust to changes in light? Tiny cameras explore up close the internal workings of the human body in this crash course in human physiology. Though made in 1975, the visual effects created by x-rays, microscopes, and time-lapse photography still fascinate in this exploration at the microscopic level.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/15/2008
  • UPC: 727994752035
  • Original Release: 1975
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  • Source: Nat'l Geographic Vid
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 36,507

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steven Tyler Participant
Technical Credits
Arthur F. Binkowski Producer
Chad Cohen Producer
Eleanor Grant Executive Producer
Howard Swartz Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Incredible Human Machine
1. Introduction [1:13]
2. Amalgamation of Cells [2:28]
3. Plenty of Skin [2:47]
4. Slick Safety Net [4:34]
5. Hungry Harvesters of Light [4:50]
6. Much More Than Hear [4:28]
7. Vulnerable Instrument [8:53]
8. Every New Breath [7:43]
9. Blood Delivery System [5:19]
10. Feed the Machine [9:42]
11. Pushing Limits [8:30]
12. Born and Shipped [6:52]
13. Coaxing the Body [10:32]
14. Keeping Tabs [6:09]
15. Control the Flow [4:50]
16. Mediation [4:56]
17. Conclusion [1:45]
18. End Credits [:16]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Incredible Human Machine
   Play
   Scene Selections
   Photo Gallery
   More From National Geographic
      Recommended Programs
         Inside the Living Body
         In the Womb
         In the Womb: Animals
      Experience National Geographic
         Welcome to the World of National Geographic
         NationalGeographic.com
         National Geographic Channel
   Credits
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