Cymatics [videorecording] : Soundscapes and Bringing matter to life with sound.

Contributor(s): Jenny, Hans, 1904- | Manners, Peter Guy | Macromedia (Firm)
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Newmarket, N.H. : MACROmedia Pub., ©2006Description: 1 videodisc (57 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 inContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 1888138106; 9781888138108Other title: Soundscapes and Bringing matter to life with sound | Cymatics, the original films of Dr. Hans Jenny [Title on menu screen:] | Original films of Dr. Hans JennySubject(s): Sound-waves | Audio frequency | Physics | Sound | Vibration
Contents:
Cymatics, bringing matter to life with sound Cymatic soundscapes, Dr. Hans Jenny's experiments in animation with sound and vibration
Introduction to first film, Peter Guy Manners.Summary: Uses microphotography to demonstrate the pioneering work done by Dr. Hans Jenny with audible vibration on various substances. While listening to an increasingly complex tone, one may watch inanimate substances, (powders, sand, oil and water), flowing in increasingly complex patterns of constantly fluid yet structurally stable design. His research led to speculation about origin of matter and its relation to vibration and sound.
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Title from DVD label.

Music from "Crystal Resonance" by Lyghte.

"Dr. Hans Jenny's two original films portraying the interplay of vibration and form, energy and matter."--Container.

Second film is part 4 in a series exploring cymatics, The science of wave formations.

Cymatics, bringing matter to life with sound (29 min.) -- Cymatic soundscapes, Dr. Hans Jenny's experiments in animation with sound and vibration (28 min.).

Introduction to first film, Peter Guy Manners.

Uses microphotography to demonstrate the pioneering work done by Dr. Hans Jenny with audible vibration on various substances. While listening to an increasingly complex tone, one may watch inanimate substances, (powders, sand, oil and water), flowing in increasingly complex patterns of constantly fluid yet structurally stable design. His research led to speculation about origin of matter and its relation to vibration and sound.

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