In 1966 Industrial Photography magazine collaborated with 3M Wollensak on a contest to recognize work related to high speed photography. At the time I was working for the Distillation Research Laboratory at RIT at 50 West Main street in Rochester under the direction of Dr. Kenneth C.D. Hickman. There I had the opportunity to work with various experiments that benefited from high speed visualization. I coupled a GR Strobotac with a simple cardboard box and rotating drum to capture a sequence of images at 400 pictures per second. This work was entered into the contest and you can see the results by clicking on the individual page images below to see them in readable form.