Added on Oct 27, 2008
Length: 00:30 | Comments: 0
Check out Wired.com's exhaustive Sticky-Tape X-Ray Machine coverage
When pulled apart, sticky tape generates electromagnetic waves through simple friction. Now, as reported this week in the journal Nature, UCLA's Carlos Camara and Juan Escobar have discovered that in a vacuum, sticky tape also sends out strong enough x-rays to image your finger. Check out their bizarre sticky tape unpeeler, and see the machine take an actual x-ray image of a finger.
Channels: Space & Sci-Fi Cool Technology
Tags: x-rays technology light tape hacks weird science
Be the first to post a video response!