See the World Through a Glowing Shark's Eyes.

See the World Through a Glowing Shark's Eyes

See the World Through a Glowing Shark's Eyes.

'Sonic Boom' Of Light Captured For The First Time Ever.  Scientists used a camera that can capture 100 billion frames per second in a single exposure to capture a "sonic boom" of light!

'Sonic Boom' Of Light Captured For The First Time Ever. Scientists used a camera that can capture 100 billion frames per second in a single exposure to capture a "sonic boom" of light!

New High-Speed Camera Is So Fast It Can See Neurons Firing

New High-Speed Camera Is So Fast It Can See Neurons Firing

One of the fastest cameras in the world can now take better pictures than ever, even capturing neurons as they fire, according to a new study.

Scientists built a special camera to study glow-in-the-dark sharks - The Washington Post

Scientists built a special camera to study glow-in-the-dark sharks

Scientists built a special camera to study glow-in-the-dark sharks - The Washington Post

Still not convinced the VR revolution is upon us? Nokia's OZO camera, which launched in Europe yesterday evening, is here to change your mind—and the entire industry.

Still not convinced the VR revolution is upon us? Nokia's OZO camera, which launched in Europe yesterday evening, is here to change your mind—and the entire industry.

Using a specially designed filter, divers uncovered the glowing patterns on the skin of catsharks

"Shark Vision" Shines Light on Biofluorescent Species

Using a specially designed filter, divers uncovered the glowing patterns on the skin of catsharks

New video camera captures 5 trillion frames every second  High-speed filming could offer view of rapid chemistry, physics phenomena.  SPEEDSTER  A video camera that can film the equivalent of 5 trillion images every second reaches such speeds with the help of an algorithm, capturing the movement of light particles (orange ball).  ~~ Courtesy of Elias Kristensson/Lund University

New video camera captures 5 trillion frames every second

New video camera captures 5 trillion frames every second High-speed filming could offer view of rapid chemistry, physics phenomena. SPEEDSTER A video camera that can film the equivalent of 5 trillion images every second reaches such speeds with the help of an algorithm, capturing the movement of light particles (orange ball). ~~ Courtesy of Elias Kristensson/Lund University

The first digital camera was invented in 1975 by Steve Sasson, but he was forced to keep it hidden.

The first digital camera was invented in 1975 by Steve Sasson, but he was forced to keep it hidden.

FOOTAGE FROM 'SHARK-VISION CAMERA' SHOWS US HOW GLOWING FISH SEE (VIDEO) 2016-4-18

FOOTAGE FROM 'SHARK-VISION CAMERA' SHOWS US HOW GLOWING FISH SEE (VIDEO) 2016-4-18

Lucid VR has raised $2.1 million to make it’s 180-degree virtual reality camera, LucidCam, and it's pocket-sized.

Lucid VR has raised $2.1 million to make it’s 180-degree virtual reality camera, LucidCam, and it's pocket-sized.


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Through the fabrication of custom-fit prosthetics and braces, we are able to provide drastically improved mobility to maimed animals.

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Look at this ridiculous 200-watt laser bazooka

How Can I Heat Up The Water In My House Faster?

How Can I Heat Up The Water In My House Faster?

Get a water recirculation system.

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There's a lot of talk these days about when and how we might all move to Mars. But what would it actually be like to live there? Mari Foroutan details the features of Mars that are remarkably similar to those of Earth — and those that can only be found on the red planet.

There's a lot of talk these days about when and how we might all move to Mars. But what would it actually be like to live there? Mari Foroutan details the features of Mars that are remarkably similar to those of Earth — and those that can only be found on the red planet.

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center ~ NASA explains why 30 June received an extra ‘leap second’

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center ~ NASA explains why 30 June received an extra ‘leap second’

Mysterious blobs of distinct rock are imaged using waves from earthquakes (model from French and Romanowicz, 2015, Nature).

Massive 'lava lamp' blobs deep inside Earth have scientists puzzled

Mysterious blobs of distinct rock are imaged using waves from earthquakes (model from French and Romanowicz, 2015, Nature).

The Perseid meteor shower is expected to be twice as plentiful this year, and all you need is a dark place and a picnic blanket to watch it.

It's Shooting-Star Time! How to Watch the Perseid Meteor Shower

The Perseid meteor shower is expected to be twice as plentiful this year, and all you need is a dark place and a picnic blanket to watch it.

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