Photographing High-Speed Water Droplet Impacts | JimOnLight


This sounds a little nutty if you’re just blowing by it in my Twitter feed, but this is actually pretty cool.

Make Magazine (via Hacked Gadgets, which you need to check out) writer Ted Kinsman posted an article about a pretty cool way to photograph water droplets at high speeds using a homemade Mariotte’s Bottle device and some circuit applications. ¬†Easy and peasy, actually — try it yourself!

you know, in all of that spare time you have between job/home/family/life…

From Make Magazine:

Ted posted this photo of the rig:

The Drip Rig


You have to check out this article!

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