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Magnetic Levitation Train Intro (Zweeftrein Intro)

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Uploaded on Jun 13, 2007

For a school project in the Netherlands I made an introduction movie for my presentation which I held together with one other student. Our project was about finding out how a Maglev train works and how we can build our own Maglev. Of course we also built a small model of the train simulating the (vertical) levitation and propulsion.

At the moment of creation, the Dutch government was researching whether the "Zuiderzeelijn", a connection between the north of the Netherlands (Groningen) and the more populated west of the Netherlands (Amsterdam, etc) was feasible.

The music is "Requiem for a dream" (sometimes fans call it "Requiem for a tower") composed by Howard Shore. The music was recomposed for LoTR with a full orchestra, although it does not appear in the movie trilogy itself. The original song (Lux Aeterna), composed by Clint Mansell, was ment for the movie "Requiem for a dream" made in 2000.

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