Chladni Singing

May 20th, 2010

Meara O’Reilly can sing salt patterns. Euh what? By singing certain tones, she can create resonant patterns with salt scattered on an Chladni plate. I know this sounds weird, in both ways, but watch the video to see the patterns shift from one into another.

found at booooooom!

7 Responses to “Chladni Singing”

  1. XimeR Says:

    Awesome, love the figures!

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  6. Amy Says:

    got here from The Bloggess. I love it, and not just because it made my dog freak out and run around the house barking. That was just a bonus.

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