Monday, November 22, 2021

X-ray timelapse of fluid movement in plants, stop-motion animation, sensor teardown/repair

I repaired a large digital x-ray detector and used it to record timelapse and stop-motion animations of plants, a clock, and a camera lens.

Applied Science X-ray backscatter imaging system:
Applied Science CT scanner: 
Octave (open source MATLAB alternative): 
Mouse movement recorder software: 
Thank you for your support on Patreon: 
Thank you, Amir, for the X-ray sensor and software!

1 comment:

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