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Atom shadow photographed using traditional microscopy

For the first time, Griffith University (Australia) scientists have managed to photograph the shadow of an atom using only visible light and an extremely powerful optical microscope. Traditionally, images at such magnifications were the preserve of electron microscopes and other exotic imaging systems. “We wanted to investigate how few atoms are required to cast a […]

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Motion capture for everyone, anywhere, anytime




Current motion capture techniques use cameras to meticulously record the movements of actors inside studios, enabling those movements to be mapped onto digital models. Now, a new system which places the cameras on the actors themselves permits motion capture to occur almost anywhere. The scientists at Disney Research and Carnegie Mellon University who developed the […]




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