New blog features animated MRI’s of fruit

Written by: Captain Skellett // July 24th, 2010 // Science Art

I have stumbled across Inside Insides, a blog of fruit and vegetables as seen through an MRI machine. Each fruit or vege has an animation, so you can see inside it from one end to another. Pictured is a screen shot of the latest entry – celery.

Me favourites be the broccoli which looks like fireworks and the artichoke which looks like a kaleidoscope.

Is this another example of art and science? The line is so blurry now we pirates get confused.

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One Response to “New blog features animated MRI’s of fruit”

  1. Michael says:

    Did you see the watermelon? It’s amazing!

    I can just imagine what these guys were saying before they did this. “Hey man, what should we put through the MRI today?” “How about this broccoli?…..Cool”.

    Thanks for the link.






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