Robert Hurt might just have the coolest job in the galaxy. He's a visualization scientist with NASA, helping to interpret research data from space telescopes and NASA missions into photography. In short, he helps reveal the hidden universe that exists beyond the realm of human vision.
In his PIX 2015 talk, he shares his insight on how his images are created, his take on so-called 'False Color' in astrophotography and what kinds of things we can hope to discover when the unseen world becomes visible. Take a look at some sample images below and learn more about Robert's work by watching the video above.
|Louvre Museum pyramid by Didier Quan|
|Oka Frozen Leaf 2002 DP by MarioSS|
from The Dead Leaves of Winter