X-rays of toys

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7 Responses to “X-rays of toys”

  1. schmod says:

    I knew a guy (a doctor) who had an anatomically-correct model of a baby (complete with skeleton), which he’d occasionally carry onto planes, just to see the look on the security guard’s face when it passed through the X-Ray machine.

  2. thekinginyellow says:

    i think i might be thinking of “curse of the cobras” which for some reason my parents gave me for a birthday over 20 years ago! i wish i still had it; scared the crap out of me.

  3. dAvE says:

    It kind of looks like creepy robot cells under a microscope…

  4. kmoser says:

    Hmmm, kind of like these CT scans of motorcycles and cars.

  5. Tim McCormack says:

    @kmoser: Hmmm, kind of like the link you posted before:

    http://boingboing.net/2008/03/20/tsa-xray-of-macbook.html#comment-148472

  6. libelle says:

    Sheila Pinkel was doing X-rays of Kachina Dolls back in the 80s, which I didn’t appreciate at the time.

    She did a lot of interesting stuff with “alternate” light: camera-less photography using UV, X-Rays, IR, and so on.

  7. thekinginyellow says:

    what is that mummy sarcophagus thing? was that a game where you stuck pins through it in strategic ways? what was that called? or am i just imagining that something like that existed?

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