This video shows the behavior of Orbeez Water Balls when they are exposed to paint over an extended period of time. This is especially interesting to me, due to how the absorbent polymer breaks in a way that looks like proliferating cells. With water, these balls expand consistently outward and maintain their spherical shape, but with the paint, their membranes break apart and form very interesting, incongruent shapes. The different colors of the Orbeez used also adds a very robust color palette and vibrant contrast to the time-lapse making it easy to watch the reaction unfold.
This video is provided by Chemical Bouillon on YouTube and was made in Paris, France by Antoine Delach,Valere Amirault, Teurk in 2020
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXr_UEAYTUQ