Tuesday, 25 October 2011
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Posted by Justin Hill at 16:15:00
Friday, 21 October 2011
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
Jaw droppingly awesome demonstration of what happens when you have quantum superconductors locked in a magnetic field. Think what you could do if you had an entire road lined with this stuff! Think that could work out as being very expensive though...
Posted by Justin Hill at 10:04:00
Sunday, 16 October 2011
Thursday, 13 October 2011
Here's one for all you space freaks and image manipulators!!! This short bit of film demonstrates what exactly goes into the making of a Hubble image once the RAW data is collected from the telescope. Obviously the film is sped up and condensed into a couple of minutes but I found it very interesting indeed. The one thing it doesn't tell you though is how long the process takes in real time.
Posted by Justin Hill at 18:29:00
Sunday, 9 October 2011
There's a photography technique that's been around for a while now that makes normal looking scenes look like they are a model or set in a model village. The technique is known as "Tilt Shift". I have just discovered a time lapsed film that uses this technique and shows it off at it's best. Take a look at this great short film.
Posted by Justin Hill at 14:57:00
Friday, 7 October 2011
I have always been fascinated by nature and physics. To be honest I know very little about either other than they are both beautiful to observe. I have recently (oh alright...this morning) come across this short clip showing a wonderful example of both nature and physics working hand in hand. It's very hypnotic and mesmerizing and I have watched it several times already in wonderment. Enjoy...
Posted by Justin Hill at 14:11:00
Thursday, 6 October 2011
Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Lately I have been busying myself within the world of Google Plus. It's getting very interesting now that they've made it public and the growth rate of people joining is something to behold. There are also a few well known and famous people with G+ accounts now, you know which ones they are because they have a small tick by their nme letting you know it's a verified account. One of the verified accounts I have been following with great interest is that of NASA ASTRONAUT RON GARAN. What intrigued me was that Ron was not only posting to G+ from the ISS (International Space Station) but was also uploading photos he'd just taken so we could see the earth from his view point. If you want to have a look at Ron's photos click here : RON'S PHOTOS
Posted by Justin Hill at 09:00:00
Sunday, 2 October 2011
There are some incredible photographs on Google plus. There's a new site now that selects the best of the best and posts them per day in large format for all to see along with links to the photographers themselves. Click the purple link and be amazed...
TOP G+ PHOTOS FOR SEP 30 | PLUS EXTRACT
Posted by Justin Hill at 19:14:00