IV3 // William Watkins

IV3 // William Watkins

This video shows the fluid flow phenomenon behind food coloring put in Ooblek that is fixed to a shake table. The Ooblek was put in a Tupperware container that was taped to the shake table. The shake table was shaking at a frequency of 10 Hz slowly increasing to 15 Hz in one minute. I used two LED lights with tripods for lighting.

The music is Watercolor Long which is part of the iMovie Built-in audio.


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  • Alessandro Villain
    Dec 12, 2022 22:53

    I love the way the colors mix, I would have loved to see another angle on this though. I think you captured something really cool though!

  • Bryce Dickson
    Dec 12, 2022 02:40

    Loved the colors we used for this, and I like the shot you chose

  • Zackary Herzer
    Dec 10, 2022 12:16

    It is pretty interesting to see how the colors do not exactly mix with each other, I wonder if they have different densities or compositions?

  • Tristan Martinez
    Dec 9, 2022 16:09

    I like the choice to do a video, I enjoy seeing the development of the flow in addition to the “final product”.

  • I like the combinations of colors and music choice.

  • Sander Leondaridis
    Oct 26, 2022 13:08

    There’s a lot of interesting flow phenomenon that you were able to capture using the dye. A lot to unpack to the video nice job!

  • Alex Kelling
    Oct 26, 2022 13:04

    I love the propagation of the dye as the vibrations push it away from the edges and towards the center. The color choices are really good as well as they are clearly distinguishable. The different shades within the color also really add to differentiating what is happening through the flow.

  • Tobin Price
    Oct 26, 2022 13:02

    This video is awesome, very scientific visualization of the flow in the system using the spaced-out dots! Also nice stabilization so we can see what’s going on in the center!

  • Isaac Martinez
    Oct 26, 2022 12:57

    It’s cool to watch the colors converge and move across the white surface of the oobleck. It reminds me of the magic milk experiment. Good color and music choice as well!


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