Epiphany 30 TV: no CGI, just paint and water

Step 1- watch the video above.

Step 2- watch the video below to see how it was made. No CGI.

Actual paint interacts with water, transforming and creating various shapes. A Phantom camera was mounted on the high-speed robot arm called Spike, providing outstanding motion control. High FPS rate allows capturing moving paint underwater in a very appealing way, which won’t be possible without such equipment… More at Photigy.

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