An object cooled in liquid nitrogen is cold enough to condense fog around it. The fog image was then rotated and mirrored.

An object cooled in liquid nitrogen is cold enough to condense fog around it. The fog image was then rotated and mirrored.

By Samuel Verplanck and Travis Bildahl for Spring 2014 Team First.
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