Two PPM files from a scanned book on Archive.org – perhaps used to calibrate to the lights?
I was fortunate enough this week to visit the Stevens Laboratory for Multiscale Imaging, home to the campus’ electron microscope. Generously, they offered for me to make some images on the microscope. I brought in small (12mm square) samples of a hard-drive platter (above), a small 3D print and a CD-R. More images after the break; a full set of images and process photos here.
Weird half-3D map of Minneapolis from Bing Maps.
Waveform showing the NTSC “color burst” used to sync color and monochrome signals in TV broadcast.
Optimal antenna designs for a NASA project, algorithmically “evolved” through software; via this paper.
Screenshot of a 3D scan of a leaf pile and the very weird texture file [download the OBJ file].
Bryoliths, the result of symbiosis between bryozoans and hermit crabs. Image via Wikipedia user ; lots more information and images via this article.
Simulation of mobile phone antenna radiation at two different GSM bands, via Computer Simulation.
An RCA model EMT3 desktop electron microscope, circa 1950. Via Wikipedia user Gregory Tobias.
I particularly like the plug on the left side. Via IET Labs.