Pendulum Waves

Submitted by: davymid 5 years ago in Science

Fifteen uncoupled pendulums of increasing lengths dance together to produce visual effects. Also, balls.
There are 21 comments:
Male 977
God! Physics is marvelous.
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Female 31
-() ASOME!!!
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Male 99
trippin for freeeeeeeeee!
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Female 474
is anyone else reminded of LoZ Wind Waker, when Ganondorf turns into all those puppet monsters?
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Male 71
Pretty cool
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Female 3,562
Needs classical waltz music so bad.
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Female 136
i saw this in real life at the exploratorium in san francisco. pretty neat.
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Female 3,598
awesome!!! weird!! beautiful!!
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Male 864
REPOST! I know cause I posted the original. Worth it though, this is nuts.
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Male 37,826
Nice! Worth the reposting, eh?

And I STILL don`t have a new computer! No one sent me ANY money, waaaa!

(lolz, I kid! But cannot survive much longer with my 11 year-old PC with zero updates...)
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Female 6,381
Sometimes the simplest concepts produce the most startling effects. brilliant.
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Male 25,416
I was thinking repost but wasnt sure... thankyou comments for making me believe in myself!
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Female 163
I really wish this video was longer. That was amazing
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Male 2,790
repost but still pretty neat
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Male 2,700
Yup, repost.....
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Male 3,147
pretty cool....

It`ll be even cooler when I watch it again stoned.
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Male 3,425
I think the motion of a pendulum truly is one of the most beautiful things about physics. They`re perfection. Truly awesome video, I`d love to see the other sorts of visual effects you could produce.
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Female 4,225
Oh, that gets trippy after a while, awesome
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Male 144
PREPOST!!NUAH MAI GAWD GET IT OUT OF HEEERE!!!!!
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Male 62
those are some pretty cool balls
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Male 12,138
Link: Pendulum Waves [Rate Link] - Fifteen uncoupled pendulums of increasing lengths dance together to produce visual effects. Also, balls.
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