Feb 20

“Invisible Worlds” Edinburgh Science Festival Photography 2012

As many visitors view our website from outside Scotland and can’t visit to see Edinburgh’s 2012 Science Festival we’ve decided to present some its photography. The images shown below are from the Invisible Worlds exhibition which is located in Edinburgh’s St Andrew Square. The

images are beautifully large and resolute windows into our world

which are rarely seen. As a result this outdoor and free exhibition is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to gain an insight into the wonder of science.

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How you approach the Invisible Worlds Exhibition.

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The images are arranged in a maze like layout so you get lost and immersed in their content.

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“Ant Head” by Dr Jan Michels

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“Looking at the World Through Different Eyes” by Dr Martin Oeggerli

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“Quantum Dot Horizon” by Hans U. Danzebrink

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Interested passers by looking at “Tip of a Butterfly Tongue” by Stephen S. Nagy

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My personal favourite “Memory Foam Detail” by Andrew Syred & Cheryl Power

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“EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory)” by David Spears

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“Microchip Surface, 3D Reconstruction” by Alfred Pasieka

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Finally to round off the selection it’s the image used on the Science Festival Programme Cover “Culture Plates” by Norm Barker

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