Catseye Diffraction Glasses

Catseye Diffraction Glasses

Catseye Diffraction Glasses
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Diffraction by Etienne Rey & Laurent Le Bourhis....  Installation made of suspended acrylic squares that plays with light....

Diffraction by Etienne Rey & Laurent Le Bourhis.... Installation made of suspended acrylic squares that plays with light....

White LEDs from an infinity mirror, photographed through a diffraction grating slide

White LEDs from an infinity mirror, photographed through a diffraction grating slide

a cadenced wave pattern of sound palpitates from the walls with light diffracting within the alveolar polycarbonate panels image © miguel chevalier

a cadenced wave pattern of sound palpitates from the walls with light diffracting within the alveolar polycarbonate panels image © miguel chevalier

Respirar - Una Mujer Espejo/To Breathe - A Mirror Woman: Palacio de Cristal covered in diffraction film by Kimsooja. More: http://www.kimsooja.com/projects/Crystal_Palace_2006.html http://utnereader.tumblr.com/post/26914137024# Video: http://www.kimsooja.com/images/projects/palacio_de_cristal.html

Respirar - Una Mujer Espejo/To Breathe - A Mirror Woman: Palacio de Cristal covered in diffraction film by Kimsooja. More: http://www.kimsooja.com/projects/Crystal_Palace_2006.html http://utnereader.tumblr.com/post/26914137024# Video: http://www.kimsooja.com/images/projects/palacio_de_cristal.html

Brilliant and seemingly glowing, the bloodybelly comb jelly comes in different shades of red but always has a blood-red stomach. The sparkling display on the outside comes from light diffracting from tiny transparent, hair-like cilia. These beat continuously, propelling the jelly through the water.   Ironically, at the depths where the bloodybelly lives, it’s nearly invisible to predators. In the darkness of the deep sea, animals that are red appear black and blend into the dark background.

Brilliant and seemingly glowing, the bloodybelly comb jelly comes in different shades of red but always has a blood-red stomach. The sparkling display on the outside comes from light diffracting from tiny transparent, hair-like cilia. These beat continuously, propelling the jelly through the water. Ironically, at the depths where the bloodybelly lives, it’s nearly invisible to predators. In the darkness of the deep sea, animals that are red appear black and blend into the dark background.