The Micro-World Observed by Ultra High-Speed Cameras: We See What You Don’t See
Mega Sale! Save 30% on the The Micro-World Observed by Ultra High-Speed Cameras: We See What You Don’t See by Springer at EMS Linux. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This volume is about ultra high-speed cameras, which enable us to see what we normally do not see. These are objects that are moving very fast, or
This volume is about ultra high-speed cameras, which enable us to see what we normally do not see. These are objects that are moving very fast, or that we just ignore. Ultra high-speed cameras invite us to a wonderland of microseconds. There Alice (the reader) meets a ultra high-speed rabbit (this volume) and travels together through this wonderland from the year 1887 to 2017. They go to the horse riding ground and see how a horse gallops. The rabbit takes her to a showroom where various cameras and illumination devices are presented. Then, he sends Alice into semiconductor labyrinths, wind tunnels, mechanical processing factories, and dangerous explosive fields. Sometimes Alice is large, and at other times she is very small. She sits even inside a car engine. She falls down together with a droplet. She enters a microbubble, is thrown out with a jet stream, and finds herself in a human body. Waking up from her dream, she sees children playing a game: “I see what you do not see, and this is….”. Alice thinks: “The ultra high-speed rabbit showed me many things which I had never seen. Now I will go again to this wonderland, and try to find something new.
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