Air bubbles as pixels

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Air bubbles as pixels

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This is rad, using air bubbles as pixels – Link.


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12 thoughts on “Air bubbles as pixels

  1. says:

    Anyone know if the film is slowed down, or if they’re using a liquid more viscous than water?

  2. ERFONZ says:

    The Science Museum of Minnesota has something like this in their lobby. Except it’s like 30 ft tall and its a bunch of tubes next to each other that bubbles go up.

  3. krustyclown says:

    I’m going to put my money on corn syrup :) What an amazing effect!!

  4. StormyWetDry says:

    I was going to mention the Science Museum of MN’s display. Every time I am there I marvel at the beauty and simplicity of it. It’s always one of those “I could do that, why didn’t I think of it” moments.

    Also, that one does mention the liquid – going from memory I believe it is mineral oil.

  5. bshapiro says:

    If you like my piece at the Science Museum of Minnesota (Pipedream I), I think you will enjoy Pipedream III, installed at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, June, 2006:

    Bruce Shapiro

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