Extreme slow motion video makes art out of chemical reactions
Slow motion videos are great with extreme sports and hilarious effects of pranks, but this technology can also turn plain chemical reactions into beautiful art.
The project Beautiful Chemistry aims to merge science and art by exploring the beauty of microscopic structures and interactions and collecting them into incredible videos.
The idea comes from the collaboration between Tsinghua University Press and University of Science and Technology of China, who joined forces and created a variety of short videos using a 4K camera in slow motion.
Here is the result:
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