A Miraculous Microscopic World in Full Zoom!
A Ladybug's Foot This microscopic photograph of the foot of a ladybug, or a Coccinellidae in scientific language, was taken at a 20x microscopic zoom and was colored fluorescently for a beautiful effect.
How to Connect With Others When You’ve Had It With Zoom
However, almost a year into the pandemic, many are starting to suffer from what experts are calling ‘Zoom fatigue’. This might happen for several reasons.
A Few Hacks Any Zoom User Needs to Know
To read about the basics of Zoom you can click here to check out our previous article on it. If you’re already a user of the app, check out these useful tips and hacks that make navigating Zoom much easier. 1.
Watch This Tiny Pup Zooms Happily On His Little Wheels
This Tiny Pup Zooms Happily On His Little Wheels cute, video, dog, adorable, pet, handicapped dog, tiny dog on wheels, puppy on wheels This tiny pup is named turbo and he races on his little wheels because he has no front legs.
These Look so Weird - You'll Never Guess What they Are
red ballpoint pen A beach stone The pages of a book A brass key A cornflake A piece of a cardboard box This is a single grain of sugar An incense stick A regular kitchen sponge Lipstick Serrated knife Soap foam bubble A teabag The Alien World that's Under Our Nose art, photos, photography, macro, Zoom
Zoom Down into the Colorful World of Beautiful Mushrooms
Photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko , residing in the Ukraine, has an amazing eye for the small wonders of the natural world. I've previously posted his marvelous snail series . In his photos, he ca..
Ever Wonder What Life Is Like if We Zoom In All the Way?
Nikon has recently released the winning photos from their annual Small World Photomicrography competition. This competition has been running for 42 years, and over 2,000 people from 70 different co..
Japan in 600,000 Mega-Pixel - Amazing!
If you've always dreamed of visiting Tokyo, here's your chance to see it up close and personal, zooming in on anything you want. This 600,000 mega pixel photos will allow you to zoom in to incredible amount of detail, using just you mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
You Need to Take a Step Back to Really Appreciate These...
These famous places all have familiar photos of them taken close up, but when we zoom out, we learn so much more about them and their environment, which at times can be quite surprising. Here are 15 famous sites before and after zooming out to show their environment. 1.
Fly With This Cyclist Through a Beautiful Mexican Village
Go on an adrenaline-filled ride when this cyclist uses his GoPro camera to show you what it's like to zoom through a beautiful Mexican village in high-speed fun!
This App Will Allow You to See All Your Family at Once
We wanted to recommend Zoom . It's a free app (for most purposes) and is one of the easiest apps there are to use. These days, under the Corona threat, Zoom could be an easy way to keep in touch with everyone and even do things 'together'.
A Macro Look at Micro Beauty...
This gorgeous photo series colors the micro universe with lovely pastel colors, and zooms in to show us another side of creatures we usually want nothing to do with. These beautiful macro shots turn everyday critters into solemn, dignified and unique creatures, each with their own kind of beauty.
Amazing Capture of Solar Eclipse!
These are very rare recordings of a solar eclipse occuring, in great zoom. Recorded from Molshu Preserve, Texas Recorded by Telescope Amazing Capture of Solar Eclipse!
Take an Incredible Tour of Our Colossal Milky Way Galaxy
Alternatively, you can use your mouse to move the zoom bar up and down (located on the right-hand side) to zoom in and out. If you click on the screen with your mouse and hold it, you can move your mouse to 'look around' you in any direction you desire. Have fun exploring our galaxy!
Hop Aboard the Fastest High-Speed Trains in the World
These Next-Gen Trains Are Capable Of Incredible Speeds speeding, vehicles, fast, train, baba recommends, speed flying, railway model, super zoom, vehicle.n, zoom, fastest, fast motion, railroad Take a look at some of the coolest and fastest high speed trains in the word at present.
This Brilliant Map Lets You Enjoy the Jet-Set Life
To zoom in and out use the + or – keyboard keys, your mouse wheel, or the zoom controls on the upper left corner. Once you get to the place you are interested in, clicking on any photo will open a new window for you to explore your picture.
Take an Interactive Tour of Our Incredible Milky Way
You can zoom in and see our own sun, or move out to the far reaches of the Milky Way where blue stars burn brightly, and it couldn't be easier to use. Instructions: There are two ways you can enjoy this fantastic resource: 1.
New in Tech: The Telescopic Contact Lens!
Created by an international team of experts and researchers, this telescopic contact lens, once put on your eye, will give you the power to zoom your eye up to three times as much. This telescopic lens has a center that allows for normal vision, letting in the light normally.
Experience What It’s Like to Ride on Japan’s SCMaglev
This powerful vehicle will be zooming at astonishing speeds of 503 km per hour (312 mph) and is all set to become the world’s fastest train. Find out more about this incredible train in this video.
Listen to Radio Stations All Over the World With This Map!
Zoom in on your chosen destination by using the + button (see the red arrow in the picture above) . The bright green dots (see the green arrow in the picture above) represent the available live radio stations. Simply click on the green dot with your mouse and your music will follow.
Test Yourself: Can You Identify These Objects?
Content QUIZ: Identify the Zoomed-In Objects! quiz In this quiz, we challenge you to identify these objects shown in extreme closeup.
The Colors of the Fall Have Never Been Lovelier...
The fallen leaves and little creatures that live close to the ground burst into color in her latest photo series depicting the myriad and often surprising colors one may meet when you zoom in and take a shot. You can see more of her work on her facebook page .
The Master of Micro-miniatures - Amazing!
All these illustrations are made on one single rice seed The Christmas tree and a snowman are located on the section of a horse hair Watch a zoom-in display of this amazing Microminiature! A copy of the UEFA Cup is located on the cut from a poppy seed. Its height is 2 mm.
Feel the Freedom in this Jaw-Dropping Solo Flight
Even so, most of us don’t have a piloting license and cannot enjoy the thrill of zooming through the air like a bird. If you are still earth-bound but want a taste of flight, put on your earphones and play this video in full screen.