beschizza at July 8th, 2014 15:56 — #1
waetherman at July 8th, 2014 15:59 — #2
Far less interesting to me than this;
markdow at July 8th, 2014 16:13 — #3
This is the 'Visible Man', part of the Visible Human Project. He can be sliced and diced at arbitrary orientations, although this axial slicing is how he was microtomed. The 'Visible Woman' is similarly beautiful, and a bit better quality.
incarnedine_v at July 8th, 2014 16:15 — #4
Should have filled the objects with a transparent resin to prevent them from falling apart.
slowtiger at July 8th, 2014 17:09 — #5
This is a technique first done by Oskar Fischinger in the 1920's. He assembled long blocks from differently coloured wax, sliced them, and photographed the cut.
brainflakes at July 8th, 2014 18:03 — #6
Too bad they time stretched it with horrible tween frame morphing, I think it probably would have looked better without it.
beschizza at July 13th, 2014 15:56 — #7
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