This is the first GIF of an Atom, shot with a new Quantum Laser Camera.
You’re looking at the first ever direct observation and recording of an atom and its orbital structure.
Hydrogen atoms make up 75% of the mass in the universe, but they’ve always been too small to actually see.
A team of scientists held a hydrogen atom in a static field and shot a laser at it, causing it to shoot out electrons at a lens which magnified its wave pattern 20,000 times so a microscopic camera could see it.
The images were shot by Aneta Stodolna and the team of geniuses at The Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics, and published in their paper ”Hydrogen Atoms under Magnification: Direct Observation”, helping confirm 30 years of theoretical predictions.
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Here comes a culture clash. Tomorrow the new CitiBike shared bike program launches, and 5,500 bicycles will unleash in the streets of New York. Helmets not included. What do you think is going to happen? (Besides a billion Citi impressions a day hitting the brains of New Yorkers…)
The millennial generation is leading the change in transportation trends. Sixteen to 34-year-olds drove a whopping 23 percent fewer miles on average in 2009 than in 2000—the greatest decline in driving of any age group. In addition, millennials are more likely …
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Video by Gods Connect
Directed by Theodoros Bafaloukos
Here are some pictures from the group video mapping show, Form and Substance: Projection Mapping and Contemporary Art last weekend in Brooklyn, NY. We will be posting a video from the show soon. Thank you to all of the artists involved. Very special thank you to DWP Live who provided all of the projectors for the exhibition.
Please let this happen.
The folks over at Who Sampled have compiled an excellent mix of the original samples from many of Daft Punk’s jams.
(via: The Strut)