"Where there is matter, there is geometry" – Kepler, Johannes

Following the work of German physicist and acoustician, Ernst F. F. Chladni, who, toward the end of the 18th Century, created intricate sand patterns by vibrating a steel plate with a violin bow, Dr. Hans Jenny employed the modern technology of the day to carry out more precisely replicable experiments. Using a sine wave generator and a speaker to vibrate various powders, pastes and liquids, Jenny succeeded in making visible the subtle power through which sound structures matter.

This science is called cymatics.

(Source: bibliotecapleyades.net)

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