Open House ASC Image Gallery

3d Anaglyph (Yellow/Blue)

The yellow/blue glasses provide better 3D viewing of color images and are provided free at the Applied Superconductivity Center during the annual Open House. You may also have these cardboard glasses from advertising promotions.

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image of the head of a moth showing both compound eyes 950x573 370KB
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3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) image of the head of a moth showing both compound eyes. Laser Scanning Focal Microscope demonstration from the MagLab Open House 2008
image of the surface of a rose petal 1195x921 847KB - JPG 3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) image of the surface of a rose petal. Laser Scanning Focal Microscope demonstration from the MagLab Open House 2008
image of a crushed sample of Fe-oxypnictide superconductor 1280x597 1.6MB - PNG Oxypnictide rock garden: 3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) image of a crushed sample of Fe-oxypnictide superconductor. The 3D data from the LSCM can provide volumetric data needed to interpret physical property measurements correctly.
fractograph of a Fe-oxypnictide superconductor with multiple phases and large grains 1040x768 1MB - JPG 3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) fractograph of a Fe-oxypnictide superconductor with multiple phases and large grains.
image of a polished and etched cross-section of a Nb<3Sn strand 620x675 180KB - JPG 3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) image of a polished and etched cross-section of a Nb3Sn strand that has been bent to failure. Strands tested at the University of Twente using the TARSIS device. The copper matrix has been etched back to reveal the location of cracked superconducting filaments.

Video and 3D (Yellow-Blue Anaglyph)

3-d (yellow-left-eye/blue anaglyph) video of the head of a moth showing both compound eyes. Laser Scanning Focal Microscope demonstration from the MagLab Open House 2008.

Last modified on 29 September 2015