Finally finished writing this blog post on how to visualize magnetic fields of nanoparticles using Python (and a transmission electron microscope).
Have a look and let me know what you think!
Part 1: https://longcreek.me/blog/2021/holography-intro
Part 2: https://longcreek.me/blog/2021/holography-code
I can really recommend The Book of Shaders for a nice, intereactive intro to creating cool visuals!
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"There is something remarkable about the mist surrounding Niagara Falls: The individual droplets move as if they are negatively charged."
Check out my interactive map with Chernarus accurately overlayed onto the real region it is based on! 🗺️
A few more pics from "Chernarus in real life" 🏞️
It's a very pleasant area well worth a visit even if you don't care about the game. If you're staying overnight I can highly recommend the hotel-brewery Na Rychtě - A hotel which makes their own beer and has an amazing restaurant, what more could you ask for? 🍻
View from Altar (Javorský vrch) towards Berezino (Děčín)
Of course you can also just go old-school with a paper map 🗺️
Here's the Green Mountain (Radešín)
Or the famous red barn in Stary Sobor (Lipová). It used to be filled with holes like the game variant, but seems to have been fixed today
Physicist dabbling in programming and other projects, sharing what I learn as I go.
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