Artist Daniel Palacios created the art installation simply titled “Waves.” Two motors in opposed positions rotate a piece of rope, causing it to whip through the air at high speed. The rope is coerced into a standing wave form, giving both visual and aural feedback to the viewer.
[via The Creators Project]
6 thoughts on “Artwork Visualizes Standing Waves”
This is a wave, not visualizing a wave…
Visualization is to make something visible to the eye – in this case in a compelling manner. These are waves visualized through spinning rope, much as a Ruben’s tube consists of waves visualized by flame.
(No health and safety issues here.)
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