Nick Veasey creates X-ray images that reveal the inner workings of familiar objects - from the components of a notebook computer - to the anatomy of a Boeing 747. The 747
X-Ray image took Veasey more than three months to create.Read More
Scientists run from lava flow in Royal Gardens, Hawaii
The U.S. Geological Survey has an extensive database of lava-related events in Hawaii. One hundred of the best images were selected from the collections of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.Read More
570-Megapixel Digital Camera is the Largest in the World
You’re looking at the heart of one of the biggest digital cameras ever conceived — 74 CCD sensors that will go into an enclosure the size of a Mini Cooper. The 570-megapixel shooter is being built at Fermilab by an international team of particle physicists and astronomers, who think it will help solve one of the great mysteries of the cosmos: What is dark energy?Read More
Artist Liz Hickok creates buildings and even entire cities made of Jell-O
Artist Liz Hickok makes San Francisco city landscapes by constructing scale models of the architectural elements which she uses to make molds.
One of the oldest tricks in the photography book revisited
A double exposure is a relatively simple photography trick that can be used to achieve all sorts of fun effects - ghosts, fake twins, mirror images or something as simple as superimposing a backdrop of trees into a romantic scene.Read More
New Digital Camera Sees Same Colors as Human Eye
PaPaLaB Co Ltd, a Japan-based venture firm specializing in image processing technologies and optical measurement technologies, developed the YC-3300, an industrial digital camera dubbed "full-visible-color-gamut camera."Read More
Photosimile 5000 is the world’s first office photography machine, allowing anyone to create professional, shadow-free pictures. [with video]
A semi-autonomous robot named Nanook has 3D scanning capability with image stitching
Michael Comberiate, who manages the Special Projects Initiatives at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and his team developed a robot named Nanook that is being tested at the arctic and that could wind up in the Mars Rover mission.
Communicating between their offices in Maryland and the robot at the South Pole is similar to communicating to a roving robot on Mars. The engineers experience satellite synchronization issues with volumes of data as the robot takes digital dot-matrix pictures of objects it finds, similar to what they will experience when transmitting with equipment on another planet.Read More
NASA scientists revealed Friday a first-of-its-kind image from space showing reflecting sunlight from a lake on Saturn's largest moon, Titan.Read More
Telstar Logistics had an opportunity to take some incredible photos from the south tower of the Golden Gate Bridge.