IV4 / William Watkins

IV4 / William Watkins

Ferrofluid placed on a white plate reacting to a magnet underneath the plate.


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  • Alessandro Villain
    Dec 12, 2022 23:34

    Are you using a different ferro-fluid than I’m used to? this one is a lot less fluid and a lot more ferro. It looks really unique, and I’m curious to learn more.

  • Zackary Herzer
    Dec 10, 2022 11:57

    I like the cropping on your image, it kind of looks like a super dystopian Bikini Bottom!

  • Tristan Martinez
    Dec 9, 2022 16:12

    This really reminds me of a futuristic city skyline, nice job!

  • Heider Iacometti
    Nov 30, 2022 09:54

    The color that you added gives your image a unique look.

  • Lana Pivarnik
    Nov 16, 2022 09:12

    I like that this image appears to be solid, yet it is still a flow visualization.

  • Anders Hamburgen
    Nov 9, 2022 13:02

    Cool shot. Why is it blue?

  • Taking the photo from the side is a great decision to show the phenomena. It looks like a city.

  • David Milner
    Nov 9, 2022 12:46

    As mentioned above, the shapes created with this ferrofluid are especially interesting/unique.

  • John Whiteman
    Nov 9, 2022 12:38

    Your picture looks like a distorted city skyline and has a really ominous presence. I like the angle you used t take the picture as well as the contrast between the plate and the ferrofluid.

  • Tobin Price
    Nov 9, 2022 12:36

    Really nice shot, it reminds me of a city skyline! Nice visualization of the more unusual ferrofluid

  • Alex Kelling
    Nov 9, 2022 12:36

    I like how it looks like a skyline of city, with skyscrapers jetting out of the city streets. It’s really cool to know that this is fluid because it looks so jagged and course, not the smooth and round surface tension effects that we normally think of with liquid such as water.

  • Isaac Martinez
    Nov 9, 2022 12:33

    I like how unique and jagged the shapes are. Its a cool way to visualize the normal field instability


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