Art meets technology in laser light exhibit that reflects the city's ongoing struggle with rising waters. Continue reading →
No, this isn't humanity's attempt at laser-etching Saturn's cloudy atmosphere with interplanetary graffiti, this is the stunning view at the bottom of a brand new adaptive optics system intended to superboost the clarity of deep space.
The glove shoots lasers that are powerful enough to pop a balloon or sear patterns into wood.
When Charles Matz and Jonathan Michael Dillon went to Ethiopia to take 3-D scans of the city, they also scanned images of the people.
Researchers have found a way to use lasers to cut nanostructure patterns into metal that make the material so water-repellent that H2O just bounces right off of it -- all without the use of chemical coatings.
A tiny device that detects nanoscale vibrations that occur inside microscopic beings.
A directed-energy gun is now authorized for use in Persian Gulf.
A new laser link with the International Space Station could do what optical fiber has done for internet access on Earth -- by turning orbital communications from painfully slow dial-up to blazing-fast broadband. Continue reading
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