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鉄板の上に音が見える?アート 虹色編 大人の科学マガジン with KIDS

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Uploaded on Jun 28, 2011

A work of art that makes you "see" sounds on a steel pan? -- Rainbow ver. -- Otona no Kagaku magazine with KIDS
This movie was taken during the photo shooting for "Otona no Kagaku Magazine with Kids / Kaleidoscope of Sounds issue", a magazines with giveaways. This shows the art performance by Mr. Kenichi Kanazawa who sublimated the method of making sounds visible, invented by Ernst Chladni -- a physicist of 18-19 century, to a work of art in his unique style. After placing 4-colored sand on a steel pan, he rubs the surface of a pan with a rubber ball attached to the tip of metal stick to generate the vibration.

本動画はふろくつきムック『大人の科学マガジン with KIDS 音の万華鏡』の記事掲載のための写真撮影の様子です。18~19世紀の物理学者エルン­スト・クラドニが開発した音を可視化する方法を、独自のスタイルでアート作品にしてい­く金沢健一さんのパフォーマンスです。鉄板上に4色の砂をのせ、金属棒の先につけたス­ーパーボールで表面をこすり振動を生み出しています。

http://otonanokagaku.net/magazine/kids1/
http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4056063133/
http://www.facebook.com/otonanokagaku

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