This Week in CFD

Less Than Special Edition

I’m travelling, so here’s an unprioritized news dump. (OK, not totally unprioritized. I put the chocolate picture first because candy.)

COMSOL simulation of chocolate flow in a Nestle depositor. Image from Desktop Engineering. See link below.

COMSOL simulation of chocolate flow in a Nestle depositor. Image from Desktop Engineering. See link below.

Wide Open Mesh

The video for the Chemical Brothers’ song Wide Open features dancer Sonoya Mizuno being slowly replaced by a 3D printed mesh. The range of technology required to create this is mind boggling – and then add music and dance to the mix. Be certain to watch the “how it was made” video.

Some workplaces may consider this NSFW so be warned. I watched it at work so…

Screen capture from the "how it was made" video for the Chemical Brothers song Wide Open. See links above.

Screen capture from the “how it was made” video for the Chemical Brothers song Wide Open. See links above.

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