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2D Reubans tube.

DanDuguay

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In physics you learn about waves.

However, many people don't realize that waves are every where.

A rubens tube is a tube with natural gas pumped through it with holes in the top.

when a steady vibration is used on the tube, a standing wave is formed. It has nodes and anti nodes like any wave.

When you put a lot of vibrations through, like say music, the effect is very cool.

Most rubens tubes are just a linear single tube, in this video however, it goes into 2 dimensions

the result is amazing.



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