Infrared

activist art

Troops in Riot Gear Deliver a Hidden Message in Venice

Anti-war performance art invades the Venice Biennale.
DJ Pangburn
7.7.17
timelapse

Infrared Timelapse Footage Turns Oregon into a Sizzurpy Bob Ross Painting

The unseen wavelengths covering the Beaver State’s natural landscape emerge in Sam Forencich’s ‘Invisible Oregon.’
Nathaniel Ainley
3.1.17
discoveries

There'd Better Be Some Goddamn Aliens in This Solar System Loaded With Earth-Sized Planets

A newly discovered seven-planet system is our “best bet” for finding life.
Bryson Masse
2.22.17
Sex

The National Guard Thought This Awkward Sex Tape Was a Good Example of Spy Gear

“She’s going up and down on him.”
Joseph Trevithick
11.22.16
Art

Haunting Infrared Photography Gets Exposed for Naked Eyes

Photographer Edward Thompson explores the effects of pollution, radioactivity, and climate change in his latest book 'The Unseen - An Atlas of Infrared Plates.'
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
10.25.16
Remix Report Card

The Summer Remix Report Card Goes All The Way Up

The general appetite for overstuffed posse cuts appears to be at an all time low, but new remixes of hits like "All the Way Up" and "Cut It" may be better off for it.
Al Shipley
7.14.16
video

Two Long Shirtless Minutes in the Snow Through the Lens of an Infrared Camera

A reminder not to strip your clothes off in the wintry Scottish highlands.
Rachel Pick
1.31.16
News

The ISS Is Getting a New Camera to Check Itself for Space Debris Damage

The $1.7-million vision system will launch in 2020, and is 'roughly the size of a microwave oven.'
Matthew Braga
1.7.16
Photos

Your Future Smartphone Camera Could See Through Your Skin

'HyperCam' uses infrared as well as visible light to see under surfaces.
Emiko Jozuka
10.16.15
video

Watch Firefighters in Manchester Fight Fire with a Drone

The quadcopter provides a helpful infrared bird’s-eye view.
Rachel Pick
10.14.15
Film

Experimental Skate Film Features Bears, Drones, and Infrared Cameras

Kick, push, glow.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.8.15
News

The Universe's Brightest Galaxy Shines Like 300 Trillion Suns

NASA has discovered the most luminous galaxy yet, and they believe it has a massive black hole heart.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.21.15
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