Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Ruben's tube.

Fire-based visualization of the sine wave in sound. I'd not heard of a Ruben's tube, which really doesn't mean much given that my background is in literature, but still. Less than 3 minutes long, well worth a look.

18 comments:

OfficiallyMe said...

Hey, just stumbled upon your blog. I've been wanting to see this for a couple years (they did this demonstration in Physics class at my school but since I took Anatomy instead, I wasn't able to see it).
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Iosif said...

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Leigh said...

Not to sound like all the spammy comments above me, but I really did come across your blog by random (hitting "next blog"). I was struck by this video becuase my maiden name is Ruben (and even after 10 years of being married, I still think of myself as a Ruben). I had no idea of the name's link to physics/fire.
So, thanks!
:)
Leigh

Heather Poirier said...

Hi, Leigh, and thanks for the post--interesting coincidence! BTW, you should see the piles of really annoying spam that I've deleted just from this one item...sigh. Never ends.

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Anonymous said...

Опутеть как интересно, во задвигаете. Класс!

Anonymous said...

Хорошо! Все бы так писали :)