pesco — 2013-10-25T12:04:39-04:00 — #1
szielins — 2013-10-25T12:56:41-04:00 — #2
grumblebum — 2013-10-25T13:06:56-04:00 — #3
Yes, this is ...ummm... "screaming" for a brostep soundtrack.
colininspace — 2013-10-25T13:30:39-04:00 — #4
This is amazing. Now I just need some DIY instructions so I can recreate this in my home lab.
glenblank — 2013-10-25T14:13:15-04:00 — #5
Oooh. Now I wanna see experiments with resonating acoustically-suspended droplets in orbit!
Wonder how many axes you could get? Paging Bucky Fuller!
grimloki — 2013-10-25T14:20:46-04:00 — #6
Today I learned that acoustic levitators exist. Not even noon and today is already a great day.
generic_name — 2013-10-25T14:42:04-04:00 — #7
listener43 — 2013-10-25T16:33:59-04:00 — #8
Great. Now I can't get that fifth harmonic out of my head.
werdnagreb — 2013-10-25T23:29:20-04:00 — #9
That 8th harmonic seems to barely show the star points. I wonder if using something more viscous than water would help here.
Quick, someone try this at home and tell me! (Yes, I'm too lazy to set up a home lab, but I do really want to know.)
clamb — 2013-10-26T12:28:54-04:00 — #10
Please tell me no liquid droplets were harmed in the making of this video!
pesco — 2013-10-30T12:04:38-04:00 — #11
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