cymatics


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cymatics

(saɪˈmætɪks)
n (functioning as singular)
1. physics the study of wave phenomena, esp sound, and their visual representations
2. a therapy in which sound waves are directed at the body with the aim of promoting health

cymatics

The use of sound waves to heal.
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Together, the father and son team spent nearly three decades deciphering musical cymatics carved into the ceiling design of Rosslyn Chapel, in Roslin, Midlothian, which was made famous by The Da Vinci Code.
Her collections have been inspired by the cellular structure of plants, the underwater world, gemstones, and cymatics -- the study of sound waves.
The third of the ad series was based on Cymatics by Silo Lab, which visualizes sound.
The device has come from the study of cymatics - "the visualisation of sound through a physical medium" - a strange science famously put to the test in classic 1980s film Back To The Future, starring Michael J Fox.
This was demonstrated in the field of Cymatics by Dr.
Here is a list of the acts and their times: 10am: North Tyneside Steel Band 11am: Whitley Women 11.30am: Mouths of the Tyne 12.30pm: Bay Uke, Suspended Cymatics from Glassonic & Hang 1pm: Meze Mundo 1.30pm: Northern Monkey Brass Band 1pm and 3.30pm: Circus Central 'Because we love it' 1.50pm and 2.20pm: On Board Arts presents 'DOGS?' - walk about street entertainers 2.30pm: Uberloon 2.15pm and 4.45pm: Les Enfants Terribles - The Fantastic Flying Exploratory Laboratory.
Here is a list of the acts and their times: 10am North Tyneside Steel Band 11am Whitley Women 11.30am Mouths of the Tyne 12.30pm Bay Uke, Suspended Cymatics from Glassonic & Hang 1pm Meze Mundo 1.30pm Northern Monkey Brass Band 1pm and 3.30pm Circus Central 'Because we love it' 1.50pm and 2.20pm On Board Arts presents 'DOGS?' - walk about street entertainers 2.30pm Uberloon 2.15pm and 4.45pm Les Enfants Terribles - The Fantastic Flying Exploratory Laboratory.
Jennifer Wright draws on an offhand 1950 comment by the 14th Dalai Lama: "You Cannot Liberate Me: Only I Can Do That for Myself," made when he was 14 after he heard China's announcement of its intention to invade Tibet and require him to sign a "17-point agreement for the peaceful liberation of Tibet." The premiere uses mantralike chants and traditional Tibetan music in a modern interpretation and a live display of "cymatics.