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Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge 2006
October 4, 2006 10:13 PM   Subscribe

Scientific visualization challenge 2006: This year's winners captured inner details of a child mummy, mathematical surfaces rendered as glass objects, the highest mountain on Earth, air traffic by night, etc...
posted by dhruva (10 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite

 
Amazing stuff! Thanks!
posted by tickingclock at 10:44 PM on October 4, 2006


Surely they should have labelled 'Highest Mountain' as 'Tallest Mountain'? Its not really that high, in fact it sits quite low. Sorry for the pedantry - great post!
posted by Kiwi at 11:38 PM on October 4, 2006


Great. Thanks.
posted by peacay at 2:21 AM on October 5, 2006


Awesome. Here's a companion piece that runs along the same lines: The Art of Science 2006 Online Gallery.
posted by heylight at 3:52 AM on October 5, 2006


Also: WOW!, that Air Traffic piece is just beautiful.
posted by heylight at 4:08 AM on October 5, 2006


I love the way that one of them uses chalk on a blackboard rather than computer aided or high resolution or any other form of technogically mediated imagery. There's something really cool about old-school coloured chalk.
posted by handee at 4:09 AM on October 5, 2006


The Nikon Small World Microphotography competition recently declared winners also. Great stuff.
posted by MetaMonkey at 4:41 AM on October 5, 2006


I saw the Air Traffic piece a while back; it got me fiddilng with Processing, which has proved an entertaining (if not quite enterprise ready) way to while away some time.
posted by Luddite at 8:14 AM on October 5, 2006


Those glass objects are beautiful! I wonder if it would be possible to make them in real life, or if they'd be too fragile.
posted by Quietgal at 7:47 PM on October 5, 2006


Quietgal: Here's this guy who makes klein bottles out of glass.
posted by dhruva at 8:40 PM on October 5, 2006


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