Oftentimes we have wondered what is on the inside of some of the everyday objects. The desire to know more the things around us got us stumbled upon this piece. It is a fascinating sight if we cut the everyday objects into exact halves. Some are vibrantly colorful, some are full of engineering, some have labyrinthine structures inside and some have really breathtaking intricate patterns.
Here are cross-sections of objects such as a golf ball, camera lens and so on.
This is a testament to the human obsession to cut things in exact halves and gaze at the result for hours! Also, the urge to discover what is hidden beneath that strong sheath. We have often wanted the upper layers of objects to turn transparent so that they reveal their inner contents.
So, here we get to you the exquisitely strange views of the cross-sections of these objects when halved. Advanced techniques such as laser cutting have also been used to cut the objects precisely.
Do thank us for this!
Well, it has a vivid interior, something opposite of what it looks on the outside.
Credits- James Friedman
It contains gunpowder and has a number of compartments. Did you imagine it this way?
They are so darn complicated, but look so simple on the outside.
The rainbow colours on the inside look just so mesmerising.
Gosh, there is such a lot of vacant space inside.
They have intricate designs on the inside as well.
Now that is called as perfection.
On the inside they just do not reveal what immense power they have.
Now that is something to gaze at and study.
Its inner contents reflect its strength.
Gosh! There's a tornado, inside.
On the inside too, they look as delicious.
Can't shift my gaze from this.
Engineering at its highest level.
Credits: Duncan Meeder
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