Thick, undiluted poster paint was dropped into water which was covered with fine grain sand, floating on the surface in a thin opaque film layer, filmed in slow motion.

Thick, undiluted poster paint was dropped into water which was covered with fine grain sand, floating on the surface in a thin opaque film layer, filmed in slow motion.

By Joanna Bugajska, Luke McMullan, Quyncie Grenis, Robert VanCleave for Fall 2015 Team First.
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