This Is What The Apple Logo Looks Like Under An MRI Scanner [Image]

This Is What The Apple Logo Looks Like Under An MRI Scanner [Image]

If the Apple used a real apple and an MRI scanner to make their logo it’d probably look something like this. Brazillian physician Gabriel Camargo was at work the other day, eating an apple, when a thought popped into his brain that it’d be pretty cool to create an MRI scan of the Apple logo.

So he placed his apple in the idel MRI scanner that was nearby and the result was the image you see above. Even though the placement of the bite is a tad off, we think it looks pretty sweet.

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  • fabianumpierre

    Fringe…

  • ScotHibb

    Wouldn’t the MRI pull apart any magnetic parts in the iPad? Heck, if an MRI can pull staples from inside your organs or eyes our of long-term metal workers, don’t know hoe he got that image out of an MRI machine! Cool though, and yes, looks just like FRINGE @Fabianumpierre!

  • kriswm

    a colossal waist of time and money.

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