The main entrance to the Fort Collins Police Services building is seen on a cloudy morning shortly after sunrise. Fort Collins Police have recently created a new mental health response team. February 2021.
Adam Pearlstein sits in front of a Macbook Air, working on a project in Adobe Premiere Pro. "I'm just working on a part that would be difficult to show live", he said when asked to explain the purpose of this computer in relation to the Little Shop of Physics Live production. February 2021.
Connor Leftwich appears on the display of a thermal camera. "We usually use those cameras for exploring how thermal energy moves around, and for explaining what thermal energy is," said Leftwich when asked to explain their purpose. February 2021.
Adam Pearlstein films Emma Szalach's demonstration of using water to change the properties of a camera lens. By adding a drop of water on top of her iPhone's camera lens, Szalach was able to take macro images that would have otherwise been out of focus. February 2021.
Maude Pointet uses a glass ball to create an image of a light bulb on a piece of poster board. Additional images were created on the ball. February 2021.
A model skeleton sits in an office chair in the Little Shop of Physics.
A double-walled glass with yellow food coloring added between its walls sits over a light bulb and is seen through a diffraction grating. The Little Shop of Physics used this to demonstrate how objects absorb varying colors of light. February 2021.
A sign near the entrance to the Colorado State University Global headquarters building in Aurora. February 2021.
Colorado State University Global's headquarters in Aurora as seen from the southwest corner. February 2021.