Splash Lab's YouTube video "Hawk Moth wings captured in slow motion" was used in a new video created by Garth Horner. Below is the collaborative video:
Happy Easter everyone! We made another video in conjunction with BYU news to highlight some of our research with an Easter theme. KSL also wanted to come, and they created another segment about us. We were very excited to see both the video on the BYU webpage and the segment on KSL. So excited, in fact, that [...]
Last week the SplashLab organized the first-ever Seaperch competition in the state of Utah. Although, it was the first competition of its kind in the state, over 200 middle and elementary school-age students participated. Throughout the year dozens of volunteers traveled to these various schools to teach the students about physics and engineering. These students [...]
Last week an article from our lab featuring a detailed overview of Synthetic Aperture Particle Image Velocimetry was published in the Journal of Visual Experiments. You can watch the video and read the article on the JOVE website HERE. If you would like to know more about Synthetic Aperture PIV, visit our SAPIV webstie at www.3dsaimaging.com [...]
We just added a new sloshing dynamics video on YouTube. We've added it to our Research section, but if you don't want to make three more clicks, you can make only one click and watch it below.
Dr. Truscott is well known for his tasteful collection of non-pretentious bowties. In this video he shares his secret, so that you too can rock the bowtie.
Hey look at this! Jesse and Jon made a video of guns being shot at high speed. They used a Schlieren process to visualize pressure gradients in the air.
The Splash Lab was featured on the BYU homepage, KSL, Deseret News, grooveyglue and many more. As you can see from the video, that we made good use of the color high speed video camera (Thanks to Itronx and Photron) and had a lot of fun. From all of us here at the Splash Lab we wish [...]
One of our posters won the poster competition at the 2012 American Physical Society, Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Conference this past week. You can check it out below:
We had some left-over dry ice from our Halloween celebrations, so we decided to take some photos of dry ice sublimating underwater. Check out these photos, and this YouTube video!