Just when you think you’ve got your head around light paths and optics, along comes a scientist to make you think again. Here’s how you can build your own lens that can see an object that, according to your brain, is hidden by what’s in front of it. Ben Krasnow of the YouTube channel Applied Science gives a detailed breakdown of what might seem impossible, as well as running
https://youtu.be/Amibjtmx79Y An relaxing compendium of macro photos of everday objects such as eggs, leaves and donuts, except for the loud reality-TV "zooming in" sound effect that makes you think Gordon is about to start shrieking at them. Note the unnerving macro-scale resemblance of instant coffee to chicken nuggets.
Imagine that you’ve never run a single mile in your life. You know that exercising is good for your health, so you decide that you’re going to take up running. Strangely, however, you also decide that you’re going to begin your journey towards physical fitness by running a marathon tomorrow.That’s obviously a bad idea.Less obviously, deciding to go from no experience with testing to writing tests for an already existing Android app is also a bad idea.