Steampunk Music Visualizer Dances To ‘Baroque Hoedown’

Artists Mathew Kneebone and Yuri Suzuki created the project 6 Rubens Tubes Visualizer – a sort of steampunk music visualizer that uses wave flame tubes to use musical waves to modulate flames:

the antique physics equipment consisting of wave flame tubes or simple flame tubes has been reconfigured by the two designers to dance in time
with music. invented by german scientist heinrich rubens in 1905, the device was able to demonstrate acoustic standing waves and accurately
portray the relationship between sound waves and sound pressure.

The video captures a demonstration of the Visualizer, with the version of Baroque Hoedown, an early switched on style track by Gershon & Kingsley.

via Neatorama, designboom

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