Category Archives: Movable images

Towards a Digital Renaissance? Art + Science = Technology? Warhol’s Marilyn in ‘True Colour 3D’

“Your images are stunningly good” wrote Dr Martin Kemp – Chair of the Institute of Materials. “Very promising technology” came from an associate of the National Institute for Health Research. Maybe science needs art to allow for conceptual quantum leaps … Continue reading

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‘Digital Colour Brightness’ – a new Visual Common Denominator to Measure Contents of Images @Nanowerk @Nanotechnology @Nanomagazine

‘Digital Colour Brightness’ in ‘True Colour 3D‘ is the output of our ‘Smart Knowledge Engine’, here demonstrated on a small reference image of a colour spectrum: ‘Digital Colour Brightness’ is the ‘fundamental measuring unit’ that we visualise with our ‘Smart … Continue reading

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‘True Colour 3D’ for Visual and Metric analysis: Reference Images from @NPL and @StemCells re-visualised

These Reference Images were synthetically created by NPL, the National Physics Laboratory. Ages ago I re-visualised them with my offline prototype as one of my attempts to convince people that I understand Number in a way that offers a new … Continue reading

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#Nanoparticles in #BrownianMotion as Movable Objects in Digital Light and Colour @NanoMagazine

The above stills [in the top left corner of each screenshot] were taken from the video that Malvern publish on their site where they advertise instruments to characterise nanoparticles. Here is a video where I just use one still to … Continue reading

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#digidropin #DigitalCatapult First visualisations of images as objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’

3 x-ray images in ‘virtual and metric 3D’ – for the occasion of this Digital Business Drop-In on 9 February. The Drop-In comprised a presentation about the Digital Catapult by Kathryn Geels – one of 11 catapults – with 50 staff in … Continue reading

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