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When a droplet falls into shallow water, it creates a crown or "coronet". This droplet simulation was calculated using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH). SPH is one of the most impressive-looking fluid simulation techniques. Droplet Links Liquid Sculpture - beautiful high speed photographs, by Martin Waugh, see also this video Water Figures - beautiful high-speed camera splashes by Fotoopa Other Links Fluids v.1 - fast SPH C++ program by Rama Hoetzlein Physics Demos - fluid Java applets by Grant Kot Fluid Animations - amazing animations by Ron Fedkiw, with Eran Guendelman, Andrew Selle, Frank Losasso, et al.

Fluid Motion Simulations and Artwork

Fluid Motion Simulations and Artwork
Sand Pendulum
Phase of Sound #09 "Interference Wave"
Sound and Salt
Oscillon Oscillon Astonishingly, oscillons of opposite phase will attract over short distances and form 'bonded' pairs. Oscillons of like phase repel. Oscillons have been observed forming 'molecule' like structures and long chains. In comparison, solitons do not form bound states. Stable interacting localized waves with subharmonic response were discovered and named oscillons at The University of Texas at Austin. Solitary bursts had been reported earlier in a quasi-two-dimensional grain layer at the University of Paris, but these transient events were unstable and no bonding interaction or subharmonic response was reported.
WSM = Wave Structure of Matter
Cymatics - Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 3 of 3)
Evan Grant: Making sound visible through cymatics
Hidden World: Cymatics
Cymatics - Bringing Matter To Life With Sound (Part 2 of 3)
Beautiful Cymatics & Wave Phenomena
Cymatacon 1