Cymatics: Sandwave Theatre

by Jodina Meehan on March 19, 2013

Athena Choi, an artist based in Hong Kong, has created a cymatics project called “Sandwave Theatre” using colored sugars on a clear surface. She says:

“When science and art are combined, Sandwave is born. The music installation converts sound waves into visible patterns, is based on cymatics study, but adapted with some extra elements in order to create a unique variation of cymatics experiment.”

If you like her work you can see more of it here. Be sure to leave a comment for Athena below!

And if you want to create your own cymatics experiment using your computer, voice or music files you can get complete instructions here.

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cristobal March 19, 2013 at 3:01 pm

I think that if they play another type of music probably the forms of sugar where be more beautifuls, with other harmonic patterns.



Ayten November 21, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Just beautiful.



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