This black-and white film features Harold "Doc" Edgerton interviewed by John Fitch about the technology and scientific applications of underwater photography for the MIT Science Reporter.
Speakers: P. Sinha: Visual Object Discovery B. Freeman: Vision for Birds T. Adelson: Intelligent Photography E. Miller: Multiple category representations in the prefrontal cortex A. Oliva: Visual Scene Understanding
See what happens when a ball bearing is dropped on a few Christmas ornaments in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch how a cat turns in mid-air to land on its feet in this film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch a damsel-fly in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch a dragonfly in slow motion in this film by Doc Edgerton.
Allen Hockley Associate Professor of Art History, Dartmouth College http://www.dartmouth.edu/~arthist/allen.html Allen Hockley is a specialist in 19th and early-20th-century photography in and about Asia; his work for VC introduces some of the pioneer commercial ...
A brief video tour of the Student Art Association's Alternative Process Photography class. For more information, visit the SAA website.
A brief video showing some of the highlights of the Basic Photo course offered through the MIT Student Art Association
Watch different kinds of beetles in slow motion in this film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch this footage of bombardier beetles and some of their relatives in this regular and slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Time Magazine has awarded Bounce Imaging for creating one of the most inventive technologies for 2012.
Watch a canary fly out of a man's hands in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Michael Brown documented the face of battle in Libya using a camera phone, challenging the standard script for war reportage.
11/04/2010 5:00 PM E14-633Micah Sifry, Founder, Editor, Personal Democracy Forum; Daniel Schuman, Policy Counsel, Sunlight Foundation; David Ardia, Fellow, Berkman CenterDescription: While these panelists diverge on the precise metaphor -- 'picking through a minefield,' 'hacking through the ...
See Doc Edgerton and crew pulling up the distress lantern from the ironclad Civil War-era ship USS Monitor.
April 5, 2011 - MIT Bartos Theater - Seminar, Knight Science Journalism at MIT There is new technology that can detect them, and even identify the camera that took them---like a ballistics test. Santiago Lyon and Hany Farid on the history of faked photos and ...