If you just watched G.I. Joe, you must remember the robotic firefly, now German technology firm Festo release their latest robotic marvel - BioniCopter. I’m not sure which field they wanna use, but at least I don’t wanna see them in the nature.
It’s not magic, it’s science. Through a 24hz sine wave, the falling water becomes a stream of water similar some wave looks. I searched lots of comments online, someone said actually human’s eye can’t catch these effect, but camera has frame rate. If you like it, you can see more on Brusspup’s page in You Tube.
Alan Friedman uses special filters attached to his camera, and captures these details of the Sun’s roiling surface. If you like his works, you can view extremely high-resolution on his Tumblr or you can pick up some prints over on Photo-Eye also.
( photo by Robert R Gigliotti )
The Lucky thing is nobody was injured. Nearly 200 firefighters battled the blaze in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood. Temperatures were very low that water sprayed on the building froze almost instantly during the fire.
Photographers Robert R. Gigliotti, David Schalliol, and Darek Szupina.
See much more on the Chicago Tribune.
Artist Jonty Hurwitz born in Johannesburg in 1969, now lives and works in London. He recently use over a billion computer calculations considering how to materialize his warped ideas. Hurwitz is a somewhat of renaissance man, he founed Wonga that is a micro-loan website in 2007. Now, his artwork will display at the Kinetica art show in London in February. You also can see more his artwork on his website, Facebook, Saatchi profile, and Youtube.