Advances in science can help art, as discussed in the last post, and art can be seen in science, as viewed in these pictures of microscopic movement of fluid studied by Melissa Green of Princeton’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
The first set of pictures show turbulence. The first image shows movement looking down a channel and the second image shows movement looking from the side of a channel.
This final picture shows an example of vortex — in trying to determine where it starts and ends by following particle trajectories in a contour parameter plot.
These pictures would make cool wall art in and of themselves.
Tags: Microscopic fluidity