Viewing Record 115 of 11631
Previous Record  Next Record
Switch Views: Lightbox | Image List | List

Welcome to the archived version of the MIT Museum's online collections portal! This site was used to test features and content for the newly redesigned MIT Museum Collections site, which has now launched with over 106,000 objects. Please use the new MIT Museum Collections site for further research and discovery. Webmuseum.mit.edu remains online during the transition period but will not receive new updates or content.

Photography of Microcirculation of the Blood

Major collection: Science & Technology
Named collection: Harold E. Edgerton Collection
Object type: film: 16mm
Maker: Edgerton, Harold Eugene
Date made: 1965-04
Materials: black and white Dupont print stock
Measurements: 150'

Title: "Photography of Microcirculation of the Blood". This silent black-and-white film features demonstrations of close-up photography conducted by Harold Edgerton at the MIT Strobe Lab, showing the network of veins and capillaries of the eye to reveal the microcirculation of the blood. Descriptive slides identify the subjects as R. Schidkraut, R. Wells and L. Hayward. Run time = 00:03:23. (CC)


Related People

thumbnail Edgerton, Harold Eugene
1903-1990; electrical engineer; professor