Scientists Use Cameras to Recreate Sounds by ‘Seeing' Vibrations
8 days ago - By Peta Pixel
A dual-shutter vibration-sensing system developed by Carnegie Mellion University researchers uses standard, ordinary cameras to see sound vibrations with such precision that it can reconstruct the music made by a single instrument out of a band.
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Ujalaiwadi, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Hemant Patil Area: 1700.0 ft2
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