It's easy to forget, but much of the world is unexpected. I do not mean that there are very little issues, or in any other way. No, most of the world is unexpected.
That is the reason why the light we are calling to & # 39; shows a small light of the larger electromagnetic spectrum. The rainbow we see in the center of great continuity of growth, including everything from a high tech range and ultraviolet radiation to infrared waves and much lower radio.
There's a lot there, we're missing out. However, a group of researchers from U.S. and China has confirmed how to show eyes to see the unexplained, unexplained, unfolding light waves that are unnecessary, with no needles or large devices required. By using nanoparticles being broken into their eyes that are; Transfer of infrared photons to those who are obvious, they say they have given mice to see beyond our visual range.
Beyond the Bowl
The concept is very simple. Nanoparticles engineering scientists used to connect two photons of intestinal light to one photon that could raise mammal eyes. The product is that there are infrared photons that are; Combined with 980 nanometers (leugh, power) farms, translated into photons with 535 nanometers, which are located around the green part of the open speak. She turned the light light into a clear light inside her eyes effectively. Creating a & # 39; planet, indeed.
The nanoparticles were covered with a protein that will help them to connect to photoreceptors and sunk under mice retina, where they caught the rods and the container that will, turning photons to weird messaging in our eyes.
Once the mice were updated, the researchers put them through a series of tests to see how they would make the new scene and their extension to the world. A & # 39; The first test was to monitor their pupil's breakdown in subdivision, which proved that their pictures were indeed to build on signs from the nanoparticles.
Then, they are placed in a simple position of two boxes connected by a door. There was one dark box, the other was lit with subordinate light. As the normal choice of the mouse, mice selectively use the nanoparticles in the dark box. However, mice without naoparticles did not care what box they would stay – as the only available crack, the two boxes looked dark.
There were more experiments that did not find that the mice were Seeing a subordinate light, the idea was well done without telling both published shapes. For this reason, the researchers were responsible for a simple water shear test that challenged the mice to find a hidden record for standing. The stage of the stage was rendered by a circle or a triangle fired up in infrared, and the mice were able to find specific shapes to find.
They also confirmed that the nanoparticles did not obstruct the mice capacity to be & # 39; See normal light, and look rich with normal light. What's larger, the researchers have not had bad adverse effects to the snaoparticle devices. The mice's vision was not adversely affected, the current was not so small, and the nanoparticles were out of the aftermath of the weekends.
The researchers report the result in the magazine CellSouth Westerly
So, we may all think the same thing about it now. They made a mocked mice!
The emigrants have a heat vision, and the vision of heat is sub-red, right? Well, kindness. Although a co-author of the Gang Han paper, of the Massachusetts University Medical School, says that the comparison is correct, there is an active problem. Of course, two of them. One, the nanoparticles sent by researchers but infrared photons of special growth, in the antibiot is nearby. Heat-heat names remove photons of much lower, much too low animation to build nanoparticles. Han says that nanoparticles can build technically powerful heat names but have not yet been developed.
The other problem with heat vision is that we are wet mammals. Even if we could build infrared photons at these farm expanses, our eyes would be multiplied by photons from our own heat. The sound that comes out to & # 39; means that we could be compacted without a & # 39; See anything through the poverty installation. Sorry about that.
Science fiction is dreaming of each other, there are real demands for technology like this, Han says. It's possible that nappies that keep them on our one-day photographs are used to help them with the visualization of visual problems, it says, as well as delivering drugs in a way, in our eyes. He believes that similar technology could be used for higher power photons than we can see, and also see light in the ultra-biolet spectrum.
Mouse and human eyes are very similar, so the nanoparticles may work in people with no change, he says. The approach is not agreed with the FDA, indeed, but the type of attack they have used is already common, and the nanoparticles themselves do not harm the mice. (Han himself says he would do it "if my spouse says …")
Our vision would not allow us to build close infrastructures with us staggering prey through the woods, but it could open our world in other ways. If you see new wavelengths of light, you may be able to; adds to common species, for example, or can not show objects that were stored in themselves in unexpected waves.
Stargazing, for one, would never have been the same. Infrared photons run down from the stars all the time – experts, of course, often Use a subordinate light to look at the acronym.
It would be to turn our eyes to eyes to the night of knowledge completely new. Stars and galaxies that were previously visible, the electromagnetic transitions have shown our eyes of discomfort. It would be a new perspective on the acronym, a step, however, a little longer than the constraints of biological awareness.