New Art and Science Collaboration

I found this today and thought it would be great to play around with in a classroom. It would be perfect for and really fun in a color mixing unit as a hands on example of the differences in additive and subtractive color. The video is an experiment by Kevin Cahill for his Biophysics II students at the University of New Mexico’s Physics Department, demonstrating laminar flow.

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