August 14, 2011

LIQUID~DO: Experimental AV art

You can read all about making this art via the molecular-dynamic process of salvation solvation, involving a key component of milk fat, palmitic acid, and C12H25SO4Na (sodium dodetsilsulfonat)–or, like me, you can just zone out with some Sunday-morning prettiness:

[Via Mark Coleran]

Posted by John Nack at 8:24 AM on August 14, 2011

Comments

  • Brian Spence — 8:35 AM on August 14, 2011

    Triply. It looks cool, but I think the creators have delusions of grandeur if they think it will help psychological testing or whatever it was they were trying to say through their broken English.

  • Rob — 9:43 AM on August 14, 2011

    Suddenly I have the munchies. And whoever wrote the closing titles did too, I’m guessing. Party on, Sergey. Party on, Mikhail.

  • John Eakin — 10:58 AM on August 14, 2011

    My boys were so excited by this we had to try it ourselves.
    Great Sunday diversion!
    -je

  • Chris Cox — 12:39 PM on August 14, 2011

    Darn you autocorrect!

    Solvation – a molecular-dynamic process.

    Salvation is something else entirely…

  • Bob Stone — 1:47 AM on August 15, 2011

    Chemical salvation sounds pretty good though!

  • George — 8:07 AM on August 15, 2011

    solvation/salvation – works for me :)

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