by John Iovine
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- Language: English
- Page Count: 136 pages
About the book
Use your own camera to take Kirlian photographs. Electrophotography, commonly called Kirlian photography, remains a subject of speculation and controversy almost 150 years after its discovery. Many people
maintain that the study of Kirlian photographs can detect illness in plants and animals before any outward symptoms materialize. Whatever its validity, Kirlian phenomena fascinates many in the fields of science and art.
In Kirlian Photography, John Iovine gives you all the hands-on guidance you need to produce Kirlian photographs using a standard 35mm or video cameras. You’ll also learn about the history of electrophotography and many of its possible applications in medicine, industry, and the military. Especially illuminating is his discussion of the “phantom leaf” aura that continues to baffle scientists.
Includes complete plans and instructions for building low-cost electrophotography equipment.
About John Iovine
John Iovine is an avid science experimenter and writer. He has written books and articles on a variety of topics such as; science and electronics, photography, microcontrollers, virtual reality and neural networks. John’s book publishers include: McGraw-Hill, Newnes, Focal Press, Prompt Publications. Magazine who have published John’s articles are: Scientific American, Make Magazine, Nuts and Volts, Servo Magazine, Circuit Cellar, Radio Electronics, Popular Electronics and others.