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Anatomical X-Ray GIFs by graphic designer Cameron Drake, based in San Francisco. He converted some X-ray footage into a series of GIFs.
Deborah Simon, created the furless anatomy of bears using polymer clay, faux fur, linen, embroidery floss, acrylic paint, glass, wire and foam. Her sculptures deal with
The Anatomage Table (the Virtual Dissection Table), developed by Anatomage in collaboration with Stanford University’s Division of Clinical Anatomy, is a breakthrough in visualizing human
A newly developed “quantum microscope” directly observes the electron orbitals of a hydrogen atom, using photoionization and an electrostatic magnifying lens.
You’re about to see world’s smallest stop-motion film made by IBM, that holds the Guinness World Records. IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to
An atom smasher, or particle accelerator, collides atomic nuclei together at extremely high energies, using engineering that exploits incredibly cold temperatures, very low air pressure,
Just how small are atoms and what’s inside them? An astounding answer, even for those who think they know. This animation uses spectacular metaphors to
Apple’s designs over the past 36 years, presented by Transparent House. They use visualization capabilities to create a tribute to the company that greatly admire
A newly proposed clock that uses the orbit of a neutron around an atomic nucleus to keep time would be so accurate that it would