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2002 - John Stuart Reid with the first prototype CymaScope, before going on tour-

2003 - The "Rocket" CymaScope with integral camera, created for an exhibit 2004 - The "Dodecadon" CymaScope created as a compact prototype 2004 - Experimental laboratory CymaScope with variable-height transducer
               
 

   

 

 
2004 - First image from experimental laboratory CymaScope. Hexagonal vowel sound Early experiments with excitation of water by voice coil motor (the Dodecadon CymaScope is in the background)

One of our first water images, showing hexagonal geometry and nodal formations--2005

2005 - Our first experimental water vortex image in a water-glitter suspension

               
 

   

 

 
The scientific CymaScope geometry with 'nose cone.' Designed by Erik Larson--2005 The first working pre-production prototype designed and built by Erik Larson--2005

Brass CymaScope built by Erik Larson. John & Annaliese Reid at our UK lab.--2006

John Stuart Reid making dolphin picture words visible, a collaboration with Jack Kassewitz, SpeakDolphin.com --2008

               

 

Dr Konuralp and his chromium CymaScope--2009. He was awarded the honor of 'scientist of the year' for his work on cardiac procedures and he hopes to employ the instrument as a diagnostic tool to identify heart problems at an early stage. Chromium scientific CymaScope with demountable WaterDrive Module--2009

CymaScope Professional model with Peltier effect module, integral illumination and interchangeable imaging modules—2013

  Part of Channel 5’s "Da Vinci Code,
The True Story" was filmed in the
CymaScope lab—2013
               

Erik Larson presented the CymaScope at the NASA Yuri Gagarin event, Moffett Federal Airfield--2010 National Geographic crew, Tony & Dave filming the CymaScope in 2010

 


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