IV 4 | Kelsie Kerr

IV 4 | Kelsie Kerr

This image is of ferrofluid interacting with a magnet. It was taken with the help of Will Dietz, Maridith Stading, and Ryan Wells.

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  • Max Patwardhan
    Dec 13, 2022 12:34

    It almost looks like a flower! I like this image, though I think it could have benefitted from a stronger magnet. Other than that, I like the colors and the contrast quite a bit.

  • Alessandro Villain
    Dec 12, 2022 23:39

    This is a really cool shot of the ferrofluid, I wonder why there are so few spikes!

  • Bryce Dickson
    Dec 12, 2022 02:27

    Interesting how the normal field instability caused so few discrete spikes to form

  • Heider Iacometti
    Nov 30, 2022 10:23

    I like how minimalistic this feels.

  • Lana Pivarnik
    Nov 16, 2022 09:19

    This image reminds me of a flower. I like the color your captured, and the top-down angle of the ferro-spikes.

  • Cole Smith
    Nov 8, 2022 21:27

    This is a cool demonstration of the other formations that ferrofluid is capable of producing, and that I haven’t really seen captured in other ferrofluid images. It’s cool how it still shows the direction of the magnetic field by the direction of the rounded large spikes.

  • Kendall Shepherd
    Nov 7, 2022 13:07

    I really like the bigger cones!

    I think the bigger cones, since the magnet is farther away, shows a lot about how the magnetic field around the magnet interacts with the Ferrofluid.

  • Will Dietz
    Nov 7, 2022 13:05

    It was really neat how you were able to create larger “spikes” by pulling the magnet further away from the ferrofluid. The reflections off of it are super neat too

  • Ryan Wells
    Nov 7, 2022 13:04

    I really like how you captured the larger cones within a mass of ferrofluid. I think it shows the effect of where a magnetic field affects the fluid most, as the rest of the mass is just a puddle except in the one spot.


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