Welcome to the Cymascope Video Gallery

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Astrophysics
The 'songs' of stars can now be made visible by imprinting their oscillations onto the surface of pure water, thus transcribing sonic periodicities to water wavelet periodicities.

   

Oceanography
The sounds of sea creatures made visible with the CymaScope Pro.

 

 
   

Biology
The sounds of living cells, the human heart, plant sounds and many other metabolic processes associated with living organisms can now be made visible.

   

Ornithology
The songs and calls of birds of all species can now be made visible and available for study. The beautiful geometries they contain reflect the beauty of bird song.

 
 

Malacology
The sounds of a snail eating carrot, made visible with the CymaScope Pro. Other snail sound videos will be added in future.

   

Phonology:
The nuances of human speech can be studied with a CymaScope Pro. Words and phrases can be rendered visible and compared in different languages.

 
   

Microscopic - Cymascope
It is now possible to image sound in the microscopic realm using Cymascopic principles.



   

Physics
The CymaScope is a new type of physics instrument that uses fluidic-mechanical principles to make sound and vibration visible, allowing many physical properties of matter to be studied and modelled.

 
   

MusicMadeVisible
A new genre of entertainment and study in which music is used to entertain or for Musicology study and education.

   

Zoology:
Zoology is the branch of biology that focuses on the structure, function, behaviour and evolution of animals. The CymaScope makes it possible to study animal sounds in a new and potentially fruitful way.

 
   

Cymatics App for Mobile

Music Made Visible App

See the actual geometry of music for the first time on iPad iPhone, Android smartphone or tablet! The CymaScope app is the world’s first app to make the geometry of piano sounds and music visible. The imagery you will see is not a computer simulation; all the beautiful imagery in the app was created on a physical CymaScope then stored in digital memory for you to enjoy.
Keep the CymaScope app in your pocket at all times on iPhone or Android smartphone or if you prefer a larger screen size use iPad or an Android-powered tablet.

 

 

 

 

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