Got inspired by some mesmerizing MRI scans of produce and decided to make something more of it. Hope you enjoy! All images are courtesy of Andy Ellison. To check out more of his incredible work, follow this link: http://insideinsides.blogspot.com MUSIC: Satisfy (ft. Lou Millar) - cln+ More details
Stand-Up MRI of SW Florida. http://www.healthdiagnostics.com/location_detail.php?id=66 Stand-Up MRI is the 2014 Naples Daily News People Choice Winner for Imaging Centers in Naples. Stand-Up MRI is the only "true" Open MRI in SW Florida. If you have claustrophobia or are a larger patient, this MRI machine is for you. For more information, contact Matt Lister Naples Site Director at 239-514-2600 today.+ More details
This video has been produced to help you understand more about what cancer is, how it spreads, and what primary and secondary cancers are. It also provides an overview of the tests that are commonly used to diagnose cancer, including CT/CAT scans, PET scans & MRI scans. Call 13 11 20 or visit http://www.cancercouncil.com.au for more information.+ More details
A short behind the scenes I shot and edited for my good friends at I Owe Youth, who produced the Reeps One Random Acts for Channel 4, which aired in February 2014. [Apologies for using camera sound for the interviews; I wasn't expecting to be recording any audio] For more info please visit: http://ioweyouth.com/ http://www.reepsone.co.uk/ http://randomacts.channel4.com/+ More details
http://www.imperial.nhs.uk/cyp - Follow Doaud as he experiences an MRI Scan at Imperial NHS. Children of all ages are given the highest quality service at our hospitals to make the experience of an MRI Scan easier for them. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.imperial.nhs.uk/cyp+ More details
Senior Radiographer Elisa Brown talks about the process of having a MRI scan under private healthcare from AXA PPP healthcare. Learn what a MRI scan is, how it works and why it is used in this helpful video. View more at - http://hospitals.axappphealthcare.co.uk+ More details
Directed by Sundance winner Nino Kirtadze in Tbilisi, Georgia for the 94 Elements project. Become part of the project now at www.indiegogo.com/94elements 94 Elements is a new web-based global filmmaking project, exploring our lives through the lens of the elements. The project is creating a collection of unique human stories by award-winning filmmakers and the best emerging filmmaking talent about the endless ways the elements touch our daily lives. Each filmmaker will create an authored 4-7 minute film around a way we extract or use one element. The films are surprising and moving human stories involving the elements – this is not about science, but about our human relationships with our natural resources. Visit the project website at www.94elements.com MAKING THE FILM "A filmmaker never chooses a story completely by chance. Many people have probably lived this kind of disturbing moment where we’re confronted with an invisible enemy inside our bodies. Suddenly our future seems to depend on a cloudy little white splotch in the middle of a gray zone of an MRI scan. When the time comes to try and decipher the mysterious images an age-old fear wakes up and its exuberance and predictability make the situation almost comical. A few months before shooting this film I found myself in the same situation as Levan, the film’s protagonist. Fascinated, I observed the interior of my body on the hospital computer screen while the doctor used his doctor-speak language to explain what the problem was. His foreign words were frightening and set my imagination wild. I felt myself being transformed into a scientific object without holding the keys to understand the importance of what I was seeing or hearing. In this state of mind, I wanted to film this tragicomic moment of sudden metamorphosis, when the anguish grows to gigantic proportions, taking over our entourage as well. I learned how the element Gadolinium is used to provide the contrast in the MRI images – these same images that represent such hope or despair for us as patients. I then set out to find a character about to have an IRM scan, hoping his reactions would be similar to my own. And I found Levan. And the whole time I was filming I kept thinking that Levan could be me, that he could also be you, or someone we know. Nino Kirtadze - Filmmaker+ More details
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMRI), or magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) is amedical imaging technique used in radiology to visualize detailed internal structures.Knowing about MRI scan with @ docturs.com/dd/pg/videos/play/group:2517/2551/having-an-mri-scan+ More details
3d presentation of the video-installation "1997-2007": 200cm x 150cm lambda print, video projector, dvd-PAL, colour, audio mute, 2007. © 2007 Polina Zioga ------------------------------ “1997-2007” is a video installation, following the precedent series of works "April 1997". On the one side of the space there is a large lambda print of MRIs of my own brain taken in 1997, in which I have digitally intervened highlighting certain shapes that show resemblance to different kinds of butterflies - symbols of metamorphosis and psychosomatic transformation. On the opposite wall these butterfly-like shapes are projected as if mirrored, having gained color and motion, almost coming to life.+ More details
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