Running on non-newtonian fluid

Van Mensvoort
August 26th 2009

These dudes from the Spanish TV show El-Hormiguero mixed cornstarch and water made on a concrete mixer truck, effectively creating a pool of non-newtonian fluid – which is almost like normal water, but when stress is applied to the liquid it exhibits properties of a solid.

I don't think you would have bumped – quite literally in this case – into a such a material in old nature. Well, maybe in a swamp. But that is less fun. Just imagine all the next Olympic sports we could build on this! Hypermaterial of the moment.

Naturally, there is also a Japanese TV version, but I like this non-newtonian fluid scuplture better.

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isaac
Posted 27/08/2009 – 13:55

this is...rather old now. not to degrade the post or anything. but it has been around a while.

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