The iconic Polaroid Type 55 black and white instant film, several years expired and improperly stored, receives a jolt from 15,000 volts of electricity, alternating polarity at 60 times per second.
The project follows experiments with Fujifilm FP-100C instant color film, which was similarly subjected to 15,000 volts from a neon transformer, in addition to common household cleaning chemicals. See Retinal Pigment Epithelium and Other Vision Technologies, Real or Otherwise Imagined.
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPRODUCE WITHOUT TAKING NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS! The process depicted in the video involves the use of dangerously high voltage and chemicals that may cause severe burn. Risk of severe injury or death may result.
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