Watch yellow jackets fly in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
MIT Media Lab researchers have created a new imaging system that can acquire visual data at a rate of one trillion frames per second. That's fast enough to produce a slow-motion video of light traveling through objects.
Discussion with panelists: Caroline Jones, Felice Frankel, Christopher Turner. Recorded on 5/22/12.
A missile-targeting technology is adapted to process aerial photos into 3-D city maps sharper than Google Earth's.
Watch this time lapse film of starfish by Doc Edgerton.
Time-lapse videos depicting the stars from low earth orbit, as viewed from the International Space Station.
Earth from the International Space Station, as assembled by NASA's Johnson Space Center and MIT's Alex Rivest.
Watch a film about Synchronous Motor Motional Transients in this silent film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch a small object pop a bubble in slow motion in this film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch and listen to the effect of time on sound in this film by Doc Edgerton. Included are the sounds of: Nails dropped on metal, Popcorn popping, A hammer smashing a glass bottle, and much more.
Needing advice on underwater photography, oceanographic researcher Jacques-Yves Cousteau went looking for MIT Professor Harold "Doc" Edgerton. With Cousteau, Edgerton produced the first underwater time-lapse photography and developed side-scan sonar technology. Used ...
Watch this slideshow of several photographs of a bullet going through various objects such as apples, cards, etc. These were captured by Doc Edgerton using his stroboscopic photography process.
This evening event celebrated the opening of a new exhibition of Image Award winners in the Koch Institute Public Galleries. Learn more about the with/in/sight series at the Koch Institute at https://ki.mit.edu/news/events/withinsight.
Watch this film from the MIT Science Reporter on Underwater Photography and the process developed and used by Doc Edgerton and the Woods Hole Institute to name a few. An overview is given through an interview with Doc Edgerton himself.
JAN 31, 2012 Sarah Garlick: "Wild Stone: Climbing the unclimbed, from the Arctic to Arabia," With professional photography, audio clips, and short videos, Garlick tells stories from her latest two expeditions: a journey to the granite big walls of South Greenland, and ...
Associate professor Ramesh Raskar speaks about his work pioneering innovative imaging platforms in the MIT Media Lab. Read more about Raskar's work at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/profile-raskar-0929.html
Question Bridge: Black Males opens a window onto the complex and often unspoken dialogue among black men, creating an intimate and essentially genuine experience for viewers and subjects, while providing new opportunities for understanding and healing. This project brings the full spectrum of ...