Summer Thompson, team beta, shear thickening fluid vs. rotation

Summer Thompson, team beta, shear thickening fluid vs. rotation

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  • Geya Kairamkonda
    April 18, 2018 4:18 pm

    Really cool video! Provides a different perspective into the images we’ve been seeing.

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  • Julian Claudio
    March 2, 2018 1:05 am

    Great job on the video, I love being able to see how the flows develop and the progression of the mixing on the record player. The video is high quality and shows your flow well. Good job capturing a cool flow with artistic poise.

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  • Joe Zahorik
    March 1, 2018 9:41 am

    The video is a great way to show how tis flow works, especially since it’s a force that would need more explaining. I love how the colors mixed in this experiment. Saturation and contrast seems good and the focus seems right. Great job!

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  • I enjoyed the video, it was an experience! The music paired well with the action, it had a bit of a DJ feel. The blue contrasted well with the yellow and highlighted the vinyl logo!

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  • Nice music that matches the video. Great colors with great focus.

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  • I really like how a bunch of different trials were included, the different consistencies were a good touch.

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  • Daniel Petrykowski
    February 28, 2018 11:51 am

    Effective perspective. Creative flow and good composition. Does the thicker fluid seem to move towards the center of the record or is that because of the pouring position?

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  • Great video, I love the dynamic motion of the fluid and the music suits the motion very well. I would maybe consider increasing the contrast or saturation a bit so the colors pop more.

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  • The video is put together well. It has a sense of anticipation for what will happen next, which is nice.

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  • The music choice was nice. I really like being able to see the shearing in the last clip of the video. The focus was excellent. Good job!

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  • Michael Sandoval
    February 28, 2018 11:50 am

    I really like the softness of the colors that you used and the way they mix in the boundaries between them. I enjoy the use of the record player.

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  • I really like the background music. It is good to see your video with different angles.

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  • I like how the colors start to mix after the turntable is turned off. The different framing in the video creates an interesting demonstration of the flow. The different oobleck mixtures is also cool.

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  • I love the music, it’s also interesting to see the actual flow happening in real time that led to all the cool images from your team.

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  • Jordan Nahabetian
    February 28, 2018 11:50 am

    Great focus and music choice. The different angles really accentuate the flow.

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  • Love the music that goes with this. Some of the pauses are a little too long, but that might be my persona l taste. I really like the variety of cuts shown throughout this image, shows a LOT of different flow effects.

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  • The focus is crisp and the colors really pop off the vinyl record. I think a slower speed on the records player would make for a more gradual and subtler fluid motion as well. Overall, great video editing and setup.

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  • Cool video, I like the colors and dynamic motion. Also great video editiong and music. Overall nothing I would change.

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  • Great video. I like your choice of framing, music, and the fact that you stopped at a certain point to demonstrate the mixing of the colors. Great choice of showing different angles of the scene; as a result, the flow physics are clear and easy to understand.

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  • I love the first view of the oobleck and the still image after. The colors are nice and the focus is good as well. Nice choice of music.

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  • This is a really interesting concept for the photo. You can really see well how sometimes the fluid acts like a solid but other times a liquid.

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  • Really like the colors and music. Awesome job!

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  • Michael Johnson
    February 26, 2018 10:46 am

    I like how the colors seem to solidify when the turntable is turned off. Also the second video clip it is cool how the oobleck looks like rope coiling as it hits the turntable. I think the focus was good.

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  • Michael Guenther
    February 23, 2018 2:10 pm

    Colors are great, I love how at the end of the video the fluid flows back towards the center of the record.

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  • I really like the colors used and how the rotation affects the flow. The colors running together at the end is really pretty too. I like the video being not completely centered for a different view. Really well done.

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  • great video and coloring. Nice to this this setup in motion

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  • I really like the camera placement. It really highlights the flow with great detail and the flows are unpredictable in nature.

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  • Nicely done. I really like the coiling you captured.

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