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by Txchnologist Staff

Using a high-speed camera capturing 10,000 frames per second, GE Global Research scientists recorded the details of water droplets dancing on superhydrophobic surfaces the company is developing.

Such water repellant coatings could be used to protect wind turbine blades, airplane wings and for other applications. See the full video here.

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