A tennis ball was coated with a hydrophobic coating (Rustoleum Neverwet), splashed with water and filmed at 1000 frames per second.

A tennis ball was coated with a hydrophobic coating (Rustoleum Neverwet), splashed with water and filmed at 1000 frames per second.

By Kyle Samples, Jonathan Cook, Finn Ostrem, Andrew Van Der Voglen for Fall 2015 Team First.
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