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Multiple photographs of you each in a different wavelength of light strung together as movie
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Watch as you sparkle into existance, show up and then fade out.
sartep, Jun 17 2003

View is with this http://www.halfbake...ien_20View_20Screen
Though I still fail to see why. [DrCurry, Oct 05 2004]

Multiple photographs each in a different wavelength http://www.loc.gov/...empire/gorskii.html
Not a movie, of course. [DrCurry, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Spectrum http://micro.magnet...dcolor/sources.html
[Worldgineer, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       Long time no see, bliss. Been in another wavelength?
FarmerJohn, Jun 17 2003
  

       Um...so you simply appear as a dark red duotone, fading into orange, yellow, green, blue and violet, then fade away again, then you get cancer from the gamma ray shots. How is that interesting?
DrCurry, Jun 17 2003
  

       It could be an interesting special effect in a movie.
snarfyguy, Jun 17 2003
  

       A screenplay I'm werking on (based on true story in early 60's) features a brief something akin to the Jupiter and Beyond sequence of 2001 in it. Except it's bloody.
thumbwax, Jun 17 2003
  

       From DC to daylight.
bristolz, Jun 17 2003
  

       Dear Dr. Curry, you get bombarded with gamma rays and x-rays every time you go out in direct sunlight and even when you stay inside. You also live with a small amount of radioactive isotopes, which can be measured.   

       Oh I get it. Ha.
sartep, Jun 17 2003
  

       You could do a chunk of a spectrum at a time and assign a color range to it or you could do shades of gray until you get to the visable light spectrum.
sartep, Jun 18 2003
  

       Remember to use an incandescent light or sunlight. Fluorescents would be brighter for certain colors.
Worldgineer, Jun 18 2003
  

       t'wax: I thought the "Jupiter and Beyond" segment was from Ferris Bueller's Day Off?   

       I always get those two mixed up, though.   

       Does the story feature a kid who dies from eating a cat turd?
snarfyguy, Jun 18 2003
  
      
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