Photron is pleased to announce the winners of the ICHSIP-32 Slow Motion Video Awards!
We want to express our thanks to the judges for the awards:
Dr. Martin C. Richardson
University of Central Florida, USA
Dr. Bao Li Yao
Xi’an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, China
Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK
Best Artistic Award: Thomas Meier, Germany: Tit – A day at the window – Recorded with Photron FASTCAM AX200 color & mono 180mm Tele at 4,000fps
Best Scientific Award: Muhammad Saeed Saleem, China, Xi’an Jiaotong University: Rebound of a oil-lubricated water drop on a hydrophilic surface – Recorded with FASTCAM SA-Z Photron at 20,000fps
Best Scientific Award: Harald Kleine: Thunder and Lightning- A sequence of high-speed schlieren visualizations of the spark and its associated shock wave, generated with a Ruhmkorff coil. Recording speeds are 10 million fps for the first clip and 1.25 million fps for the remaining ones.
Best Scientific Award: Patricia Vega Martinez: The diffusion-driven growth of a foam ball in supersaturated liquids. Under normal gravity conditions, a bubble cloud grows by diffusion, however this process is interrupted after a few milliseconds when the bubble cloud starts a buoyancy-included rising motion. On the other hand, under micro-gravity conditions bubbles grow by pure diffusion.
Best Artistic Award: Jens Heidler: Destroying eggs with a slingshot, filmed with a FASTCAM Mini AX at 16,200fps.
Best Artistic Award: Phred Peterson: This shows the folding of a glycerol droplet as it falls through a solution of Magnesium Sulfate having a specific gravity of approximately 1.070. Rheinberg illumination was used to optically create the colors in the liquids. Shot at 1,600fps.
To view the official website announcement visits: https://slowmova.photron.co.jp/