eFluids.com is one of the premier websites for fluid mechanics and flow visualization.
The Brewster Kaleidoscope Society
"The Brewster Kaleidoscope Society is an international organization for kaleidoscope enthusiasts.
( http://www.brewstersociety.com/ )
Flow Visualization, University of Colorado
This course is taught by Prof. Jean Hertzberg (Mechanical Engineering) and Prof. Alex Sweetman (Department of Art and Art
History). This is a very elegant combination of art and science. The images their students have produced are "must
see" items. [added '0707.28]
( http://www.colorado.edu/MCEN/flowvis/ )
There are at least two websites for kinetic art (as opposed to non-moving, or "static" art). I included these here because of the general similarity between what I am doing and what these artists are interested in. [added '0707.28]
( http://www.kineticus.com/ )
( http://www.kinetic-art.org/home.asp )
What site could be complete now without a link to You Tube? This clip is from a presentation I made to the very nice folks
at Machine Project (thanks again for the invitation -- and wonderful audience!) in Los Angeles in January, 2007.