I've been off the map for a while as it has been a busy couple of months—I've not even thought of blogging—but I thought I'd put up a shot I enjoyed from a recent shoot.
The story is from the Innovation issue of Business Alabama and this shot is from a local Birmingham company called Vista Engineering. One of the engineering feats they've invented is a diamond coating for medical implants which dramatically increases their durability, primarily for repetitive wear, in this case.
This is a model skull showing a jaw implant in front the part of the machine where the reaction happens that creates the metal alloy.
This is the kind of thing that blows my mind. I don't pretend to understand what all is happening, but I love that someone was able to figure this stuff out. So cool.
To read more about it, check out the article here.