My group members forcing red-dyed water back and forth through a one way valve. Colors Inverted.
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Group First Report
Your editing is amazing. I am quite impressed. It creates a feeling in the viewer that is more than just the image and flow itself could.
Great work setting up this flow. You have nice movement and the colors just accentuate the motion.
The inversion is a really cool way to demonstrate this. Having it move back and forth really demonstrates how the valve works. Great video editing.
Really like the inversion of the colors, really brings out the flow and captures it very well. The bubbles are really cool to visualize the physics happening in the flow.
Great call with the color inversion. Its really cool seeing the flow of the fluid and the bubbles that get trapped within the pathway
Really nice and simple video. Isn’t too complex and the viewer can really see what’s going on with the fluid. Also inverting the video’s colors looks really nice too.
Great Video! The pulsing art of it brings the fluid to life. A wonderful choice of color inversion as well. Slow motion would have captured the fluid dynamics a bit more. Very cool!
The video was very satisfying to watch, it clearly represents flow in a great way. I enjoyed also the fact that you inverted the color in the video because it looks like the valve is actually glowing in the dark.
The editing of the video turned out very nicely. The inversion of the colors make it to be far more interesting than the original video. We could have added slo mo.
I really like the color inversion that was used on this image, I think that was a good choice compared to the red dye. The back and forth of the dye kind of reminds me of a pumping heart. I think it could have benefited from some slo-mo in the middle!
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