Bio Art… Begs the Question, Where Do We Get Our Inspiration for Art?
March 4, 2011 by JustinHSB
No seriously, where do we get our inspiration for great (and even mediocre) works of art?
Bioluminescent photograph of bacteria.
Follow this link and listen to the sound of male and female mosquitoes “sync-up” before mating.
Deptartment of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
During the development process, the SU8 photoresist — a commonly used, viscous polymer — self-organized into these interesting patterns on the silicon surface. This work was done in the cleanroom at Princeton University.
SU8 flower. Guoguang Fu, - Self organization of viscous flowers. Deptartment of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University
This image shows the structure of magnetic turbulence near a collisionless shock in space.
Anatoly Spitkovsky (faculty) Department of Astrophysics, Princeton University
A rail system that oddly represents a slime molds migration, and organization, towards oat flakes. Researchers was headed by Hokkaido University’s Atsushi Tero.
Slime mold growing toward other flakes.