Ferrofluid dropped on the sides of 2 connected magnets
In collaboration with: Kelsie Kerr, Will Dietz, and Ryan Wells
This image reminds me of a music box, so the upbeat music was a surprise. I like the square magnets underneath, it creates a cool shape.
This video is awesome in that it demonstrates the dynamic movements of ferrofluid in a way that is otherwise hard to capture in a still image. I’m curious as to why there aren’t the spikes being formed in the larger mass of ferrofluid that are seen in other similar setups.
I really like the colors in this video! I also like how you chose to drop the Ferrofluid around the magnets instead of just one place. The view of the ferro spikes from above really makes it look sparkly.
As a permissioned opinion, I think a side view of the set up in the report would be really beneficial and give some context to how everything is set up.
This turned out so awesome! I really like that you chose to do a video instead of a still image. It really captured how cool what was happening with the ferrofluid was!
I like the pun with the song choice and its a really neat effect that you captured
I really enjoyed your music choice in this, I think it matches the intensity of the video. The effect of all these little particles joining the big “blob” in the middle was captured really well.
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