Recent stories about financial investments by Google and the CIA in a company called Recorded Future have spawned no comparison that I can find, as of this writing, to Hari Seldon's science of psychohistory as described in Isaac Asimov's science fiction novel "Foundation". I'm rather ashamed of you, Internets.
Inside Insides is a small collection fruits and vegetables rendered as black & white animated .gif files created from Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans.
These images are amazing, beautiful, disturbing, and thought provoking.
To me this project seems, in some way, kin to the photographic motion studies of Eadweard Muybridge.
Together, they could be used as a Rorschach test for the 21st century!
The humble tomato becomes nuclear plasma, watermelons are fractal generators, broccoli as migraine optical effects, and more.
Some are hypnotic. A few appear to have been positioned to achieve some small artistic effect. I only wish they'd been assembled in a way that alleviated the little visual jolt at the beginning/end when each animation loops. Despite any alleged "flaws" I may think I perceive, these things are mind-blowing. Do not hesitate to check them out.