It is difficult to guess how they made these objects go invisible underwater.
Watching this machine doing almost a miracle is worth a watch. At the Euphrates, Japanese scientists collaborated with Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and came up with this amazing and mind-blowing Rube Goldberg machine. Remember not to miss the subtitles.
It would be normal if you were confused about what a Rube Goldberg machine is. To put it shortly, a Rube Goldberg machine is a machine designed to perform a simple task in a much overly complicated way. You can call it a complex contraption, of which Dominoes are a perfect example.
Here in this video, you’ll literally see glass ramps, stairs, and dominoes disappearing just like that. You’d think you’re falling for some clever editing; however, it actually works.
It is about the oil that is set to match the glass’s refractive index. You’ll need to watch the video for getting the science behind.
Videos like these make you urge to do some similar sorts of experiments at home. And keeping a check on these fun experiments can always help you to start one of your own.