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No, no :) I checked it with interest also. I guess we should express it more ! :)

 

I am always surprised how inventive people can turn something into a peace of art :)

 

Thanks for sharing it !


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Kinda sorta periphally interesting, next to electing a pope.

 

Honestly, I enjoyed it immensely.

I guess you can take silence as tacit approval around here ?


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No, no :) I checked it with interest also. I guess we should express it more ! :)

 

I am always surprised how inventive people can turn something into a peace of art :)

 

Thanks for sharing it !

 

I am glad someone here has the genius, like me, to realize when something is really freakin cool...

 

:D


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Kinda sorta periphally interesting, next to electing a pope.

 

Honestly, I enjoyed it immensely.

I guess you can take silence as tacit approval around here ?

 

Ha, I guess so. We have one more genius here.


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Pretty cool!. We did a similiar thing with a cone lying face up with a layer of graphite and ran sine waves through of different frequency. Didn't film it but the two most interesting patterns developed at the drivers resonant freq and the enclosures calculated tuning frequency. Very messy as well.

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At first I thought it was the sound that was affecting the water, but on closer observation, it is clear that the hose is physically being moved by the paper cone of the woofer. As WGScott observed, with a 24 frame/second video camera and 23, 24 and 25 Hz cone movement, the result is actually fairly obvious.

 

Now, if you could make water dance that way with just sound waves....


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Wow, Doc!! That's the most amazing, exciting thing I have ever seen in all my many years on this planet!! Ever! (!!!!)

 

No, - really thanks for pointing us to it. I like how the smaller droplets appear the just hang in the air.

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Wow, Doc!! That's the most amazing, exciting thing I have ever seen in all my many years on this planet!! Ever! (!!!!)

 

No, - really thanks for pointing us to it. I like how the smaller droplets appear the just hang in the air.

 

Haha, wow you really liked it! ;-)


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At first I thought it was the sound that was affecting the water, but on closer observation, it is clear that the hose is physically being moved by the paper cone of the woofer. As WGScott observed, with a 24 frame/second video camera and 23, 24 and 25 Hz cone movement, the result is actually fairly obvious.

 

Now, if you could make water dance that way with just sound waves....

 

I agree it would be cooler if the effect was caused by the sound/pressure waves. It is still cool though.


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At first I thought it was the sound that was affecting the water, but on closer observation, it is clear that the hose is physically being moved by the paper cone of the woofer. As WGScott observed, with a 24 frame/second video camera and 23, 24 and 25 Hz cone movement, the result is actually fairly obvious.

 

Now, if you could make water dance that way with just sound waves....

Maybe it would be possible with a locomotive set of horns, but I doubt the neighbors will share the appreciation after a while ;)


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Yeah, but what's moving the *hose*? ;)

 

At first I thought it was the sound that was affecting the water, but on closer observation, it is clear that the hose is physically being moved by the paper cone of the woofer. As WGScott observed, with a 24 frame/second video camera and 23, 24 and 25 Hz cone movement, the result is actually fairly obvious.

 

Now, if you could make water dance that way with just sound waves....


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Maybe it would be possible with a locomotive set of horns, but I doubt the neighbors will share the appreciation after a while ;)

 

I think for maximum effect the experiment should be conducted at 3am...


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A few bits that dropout here and there seemed to make a perfectly beautiful stream...

 

I would like to know how they verified the stream is bit perfect...

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