1. Experimental: Sonic Sculpture

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    from Mike Goedecke Added

    Cornstarch and water placed on a speaker with the right sonic frequency playing through it makes magic. This experimental piece was testing the limits of non-Newtonian fluids. There is no CGI or special effects in this piece, just raw footage.

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    • Maizenaslim

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      from Energisenteret Added 29 0 0

      Energisenteret var som alltid med på Eidsivas årlig Vannslipp. Her er en liten sekvens fra arrangementet på Lilletorget, hvor vi demonstrerte ikke-newtonsk væske av Maizena-mjøl og vann, eller rett og slett Maizenaslim. Stor stas for barna, men mye søl dessverre...

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      • 2 nephews + non-newtonian fluid + 1 speaker = loads of fun and mess

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        from vj_quote Added 56 0 0

        a little experiment I did with my two nephews, some water and some "maisstärke"

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        • Do It For SCIENCE! Experiment Number One : Oobleck!

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          from The Ragtag Band Added 42 0 0

          Richard and Wayne attempt to develop material for their new show, but mostly just make green goo. That dances.

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          • C2H6O

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            from supersargasso Added 44 0 0

            A short, abstract experimental film exploring the physiological and cognitive effects of alcohol on the human body.

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            • Liquid Armor

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              from Children's Museum of Houston Added 391 0 0

              So this week we explore an application of nanotechnology – liquid armor. The product d3o uses nanotechnology to create a non-Newtonian fluid that can be used to protect you in all sorts of ways. But how does it work and does it really work? Judge for yourself! If you enjoy this video, be sure to check out our others at www.cmhoustonblog.org. And to learn more about nano, go to www.whatisnano.org.

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              • Cornstarch Grooves

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                from Jiffer Harriman Added 117 0 0

                I wanted to see for myself what these cornstarch monsters were all about. The mixture of cornstarch and water makes a liquid that has the unique property that it acts like a solid when it is under pressure. The shaking movement of the speaker causes the mixture to take on properties of a solid and it forms into all sorts of interesting shapes. I mixed in some UV reactive dye into the mix and shined a black light on it for much of the time which gives it that glow. The speaker was driven from a Max MSP program with a single sine wave. The mixture seemed to respond best from around 22-30 Hz. Most of the sound you hear comes from non-linearities creating upper partials caused by distortion.

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                • Thology - Go There [Introspect EP]

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                  from Synchronicity Records Added 92 0 0

                  Official video of Thology - Go There taken from his Introspect EP out Friday 17th August Other tracks: Conquer (feat. Joel Grainger) Fire Soothe Your Soul Late Lurk Video filmed and edited by wefreethebox.co.uk/ twitter.com/ThologyMusic facebook.com/ThologyMusic Released on Synchronicity Records SynchronicityRecords.co.uk twitter.com/SynchronicityHQ facebook.com/SynchronicityRecords

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                  • Media Controller Test

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                    from Evan Emolo Added 24 0 0

                    Controlling non-newtonian fluid with flex sensors and subwoofers.

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                    • Non-Newtonian Fluid High Speed Video

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                      from Winston Struye Added 391 0 0

                      A non-Newtonian fluid (corn starch) reacting to a subwoofer Done by Winston Struye and William Broadhurst Shot with Phantom High Speed Camera and Phantom Software Done for RMIT Scientific Photography with help from Lecturer Phred Peterson

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