Image-Video 2 // Jacob Christiansen

Image-Video 2 // Jacob Christiansen

9/25/2020, Jacob Christiansen

View full report here: https://www.flowvis.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/IV2_report_jacob.pdf

In this project, I filmed water being popped out of a balloon, and had it fall into a cooking strainer. When the liquid hit the strainer, it created a cool flowering/chandelier effect. This effect looks the most visually interesting when played back in 4K, so I shot it on a couple different cameras at varying framerates. In terms of physics, the water is being pushed out of the strainer at a higher velocity than it fell, do to the pressure it creates by falling on top of itself, as well as the tiny holes it needs to push out of.

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  • Mohamed Al Sabri
    Sep 30, 2020 05:12

    The fluid mechanics captured in this video is spectacular! I really like the decision of using two cameras and the one light source on the side.

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  • Hunter Hach
    Sep 28, 2020 18:21

    Very interesting video, Jacob. I like how I’m able to view it in various speeds. Such a cool effect!

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  • Megan Borfitz
    Sep 28, 2020 13:23

    I like how you included the different cameras and frame rates in the video. It makes the viewer appreciate the slow motion detail in the later videos when the first video we see is the real-time footage. I also enjoyed your burn takes.

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  • The video is great at detailing fluid mechanics. The fluid rebound from the balloon, the fact that the free jets from the colander pores are longer in the direction of gravity… this is all great physics.

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  • Axel Escareno
    Sep 28, 2020 13:21

    Very cool! I really like the different types of fluid responses depending on what it touched in the environment.

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  • Abdul Dawlatzai
    Sep 28, 2020 13:19

    Awesome video, great way to capture the fluid physics.

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  • Max J Kitay
    Sep 28, 2020 13:19

    Very cool! Love the various frame rates you included.

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