Consequent to the Great East Japan Earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11, 2011, huge amounts of radioactive particles were released into the air. We are unaware of the presence of radiation… it is too small to see; it cannot be heard; and it is odorless. Therefore, despite living in a region contaminated with radioactive particles, to this day, we Japanese are not consciously aware of the radiation.
In this App, dozens of radiographic images of plants created by Satoshi Mori, Professor emeritus, Tokyo University since 2011 are on display together with radiographic images of everyday items and animals. This collection of radiographic images (autoradiographs) is the first in history to be created by radiation resulting from a nuclear accident. I hope that viewers will come away with a sense of the extent of contamination in all regions subject to the fallout… not just those limited to Fukushima.
- More than 60 Autoradiographs / 3D Autoradiographs are included (May 2019)
- Constantly update latest autoradiographs
- Zooming to see detail
- Comparing with original color image
- Color reversal can show radiation as white light
- Detail description to each autoradiograph
- 3-dimensional Autoradiograph
Improve 3D Autoradiograph's loading speed.
One tap switch from 3D Autoradiograph model to color original one looking from same face and distance.
Add a new app icon and splash images.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.