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Home > NanoArt 2009 - 2010 Exhibition > Chris Robinson 2009, USA
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MaineGrid3a.jpg
Untitled (MaineGrid)-1074 viewsThis image incorporates Strata and Photoshop software to construct a scientific visualization derived from dark field microscopy of cardiac fibroblasts infused with gold nanorods.
Actual size 36 X 48
NeurFor+.jpg
Untitled (NeurFor+)-4333 viewsThese images are 3-dimensional models observed in Image J64 and constructed in Strata and further enhanced in Photoshop software. They are scientific visualizations of mouse neuron trees using some nanoscale microscopy along with Newtonian scale imagery as surface textures.
Actual size 36 X 48
RedNeurRoll.jpg
Untitled (Red NeurRoll)-14118 viewsThis image is actual 3D slice stack microscopy of a neuron tree manipulated in ImageJ64 and Photoshop software. The science explores altering and observing the shape of the neuron tree after drug administration. The actual microscopy constructs the space around the tree, leaving a void of its 3-dimensional presence.
Actual size 11.3 X 48
TreCir1c+.jpg
Untitled (TreCir1c+)-4158 viewsThese images are 3-dimensional models observed in Image J64, constructed in Strata, and further enhanced in Photoshop software. They are scientific visualizations of mouse neuron trees using some nanoscale microscopy along with Newtonian scale imagery as surface textures.
Actual size 36 X 48
TreCir1c+aFrnt.jpg
Untitled (TreCir1c+aFrnt)-13932 viewsThese images are 3-dimensional models observed in Image J64 and constructed in Strata and further enhanced in Photoshop software. They are scientific visualizations of mouse neuron trees using some nanoscale microscopy along with Newtonian scale imagery as surface textures.
Actual size 36 X 48
     
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