This is just a fun post- with no particular assignment attached. But I thought you’d all be interested in just what is in that droplet of water…
MICROPHOTOGRAPHY: Helping Scientists Know More
Above is a water flea magnified 100 times.
To view more, click here and roll over each photo for info.
Check out more images from the NIKON SMALL WORLD contest
NEW SCANNER REVOLUTIONIZES THE STUDY OF HISTORICAL DOCS
At Oxford University, the Classics Dept. has a new high-tech scanner that allows them to analyze, restore, and archive ancient documents like never before. The tool also has implications for use in forensics and criminology.
‘We anticipate that using the Oxford scanner will be like moving from using a dark room to using a modern digital camera. We can use it to detect what is currently invisible and make it visible”
ARTIST GOLAN LEVIN MAKES A NEW KIND OF ART INFUSED WITH SOFTWARE AND ROBOTICS
Technology (especially digital) is increasingly changing the arts and what artists can do. Watch this TED talk by Mr. Levin and check out his amazing conceptions.
I particularly enjoyed his questions: “WHAT WOULD ART DO IF IT KNEW WE WERE LOOKING AT IT? AND WHAT WOULD IT DO IF IT COULD LOOK BACK AT US?