POP! -IV3/Lana Pivarnik

POP! -IV3/Lana Pivarnik

Video of a highly viscous bubble being popped. The video is taken on an Olympus high speed camera at 6,000 fps.
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  • Alessandro Villain
    Dec 12, 2022 23:02

    I’m not sure if this was intentional, but I like the composition of the shot. Something about the bubble being in the corner, I think, really adds a lot.

  • Heider Iacometti
    Dec 7, 2022 14:52

    I love watching the bubble retract uniformly, that was entertaining.

  • Nathan Gallagher
    Nov 30, 2022 16:55

    Very satisfying, you might consider adding sound effects to really accentuate the pop.

  • Ryan Wells
    Oct 25, 2022 15:39

    I enjoyed the natural background and the effect of watching a natural event. It was great that you captured just one bubble popping and the simplicity of one bubble really brings focus to the event occurring and the physics. Great job.

  • Maridith Stading
    Oct 24, 2022 12:52

    I really liked how you were able to keep the bubble in focus and blur the entire background, despite the background being very busy, its not very distracting to the intent of the image. Plus it looks really cool.

  • Kendall Shepherd
    Oct 24, 2022 12:44

    I think you did a great job choosing where to speed up parts and where to slow down. It was a very efficient use of time.
    To answer your question, I think it’s too short to have sound, but it would be fun to have a silly popping sound when the bubble pops.

  • Kelsie Kerr
    Oct 24, 2022 12:42

    I really like that you did a floating bubble! It was cool seeing the pop visualized in this way; it’s super interesting!

  • Will Dietz
    Oct 24, 2022 12:40

    It was really neat to be able to watch the bubble almost disappear until it collapses into a single droplet. Great demonstration of what’s really happening when a bubble is popping.

  • Cole Smith
    Oct 24, 2022 12:40

    I like the brevity of your video and how it shows the isolated phenomena of a bubble popping to allow the user to just focus on the physics of one bubble popping.


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