Lightmapping…

A special light painting tool displays radiation levels in real-time at the gates of a ruined church in Starye Bobovichi, Russia.  Here white light shows contamination levels up to 0.23uSv/h, while orange highlights elevated levels – from 0.50uSv/h to 0.85uSv/h around the gates.  30 years after the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the schoolyard still contains areas of elevated radiation levels.
A special light painting tool displays radiation levels in real-time at the gates of a ruined church in Starye Bobovichi, Russia.
Here white light shows contamination levels up to 0.23uSv/h, while orange highlights elevated levels – from 0.50uSv/h to 0.85uSv/h around the gates.
30 years after the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the schoolyard still contains areas of elevated radiation levels.

This is incredibly useful and absolutely stunning…

Photographer Greg McNevin overlaid measurement graphs on images to visualize the amount of radioactivity in Chernobyl.

This is a perfect example of the power of data visualization. It makes complex things visible. This has so many uses for other parts of the world and situations (gas leaks).

Can’t wait to see what he does next.