Magnetic Resonance Imaging uses magnets to align hydrogen atoms and radio waves to create a series of images of internal structures. The result is a 3D representation cut into slices, just like a loaf of bread.
You know what seeing is like—or hearing, or feeling. But for people who are learning (or relearning) those senses anew, they don’t work in quite the same way. Prostheses, bionic implants, and drugs are creating new neural signals and novel experiences of the world. And it turns out, discovering how to build a sense from…
My journey begins with a magazine article on the origins of human writing. But then I bounce to a webcomic about a girl superhero, which leads me to obsess briefly over how the hell Superman could really fly. That links me to the equations that describe gravity, which loops me around to Jews in the history of Marvel Comics.
Started doing some darkroom printing at McGill, here are a few results! Not that hard to get results, but very hard to do all the steps correctly, I am pretty far from that. These are just quick scans from 8x10" print, quite a bit is lost in the scan. Today I redid a few in 11x14". Admittedly my computer screen is still larger, but it is very nice to see them on paper!