You can now watch the full video of Brain Games episode “Patterns” where cymatics is showcased as an example of sound patterns in the air and moving matter! The cymatics clips you will see in this episode were filmed in my studio in Vermont, and I am very excited to be able to share this episode with you today! WATCH NOW:
If you’re not familiar with National Geographic’s Brain Games, the show educates and entertains all at once, using interesting facts, viewer interaction and “games” throughout the episodes, so viewers can try to guess how the world works (and often shows that our assumptions are wrong, which is where the learning comes in ).
Jason Silva is the host, and his own project Shots of Awe is definitely worth checking out if you haven’t seen his amazing video series that enlightens and inspires.
Cymatics was used as “game number 6″ in this Patterns episode, watch and you will see it about halfway through. Enjoy!
P.S. You can become a student at the School of Cymatics, create your own DIY cymatics experiments, and connect with people doing amazing things with cymatics around the globe here today.
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Welcome to the amazing world of cymatics, the art and science of turning sound waves visible!
In this short video, cymatics artist Jodina Meehan, who recently made a guest appearance on National Geographic’s Brain Games, demonstrates how to make sound visible using just a metal plate and a violin bow:
Want to learn more about cymatics? Join the Journal for free now by entering your name and email on the pop-up to get a copy of cymatic sounder instructions and a complimentary subscription to the Journal of Cymatics.
You can also learn more by scrolling around this site, and if you really want to go deeper into this amazing world you can become a member of the School of Cymatics (700 students strong and growing).
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