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Water droplets were animated in midair to create a life-sized human figure for an ad

Using a 3D water printer and high-speed flash, water droplets were animated in stop motion to bring a liquid human figure to life. The technology is unique, taking over 11 days in a studio to complete. It was produced for a special Gatorade ad. The printer was guided by data that captured the motion of real human beings.  Read more... More about Photography, Advertisement, Animation, 3d P
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