Vortex arrays generated by starfish larvae. This video won grand prizes in the 2016 Nikon Small World in Motion competition, The 2017 NSF “Vizzies” Visualization Challenge, and the American Physical Society’s 69th Annual “Gallery of Fluid Motion” competition.. See our paper about this phenomenon here and visualization technique here
The two videos above were shown in the 2021 Neal Digital Gallery exhibition in Shenzhen.
The feeding current of Stentor sp., collected from a pond and processed using flowtrace. The current captures many large particles, but smaller swimming algae and protozoans are able to escape. Video shown at 8x true speed. Our visualization technique is described in our paper, and the code is available here
Training four different forecasting models on the chaotic attractor of the Lorenz system. From the benchmarks of our recent paper and database for benchmarking time series forecasting models on chaotic attractors.
A feeding tornaria, the larva of an acorn worm.
Hexagonal cells in a two-dimensional foam.
Trajectories of the FitzHugh-Nagumo neuron model in a limit cycle regime. Dynamical noise is included, and purple dashes indicate the nullcline of a slow variable.
Particles advected by the blinking vortex map. This controllable chaotic fluid flow was used in our paper on cryptography with hydrodynamics here