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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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.
This is a really cool shot of the ferrofluid, I wonder why there are so few spikes!
Interesting how the normal field instability caused so few discrete spikes to form
I like how minimalistic this feels.
This image reminds me of a flower. I like the color your captured, and the top-down angle of the ferro-spikes.
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.
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.
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
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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