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Designer Eric Zheng's Music Vortex (XI) is a container that produces vehement vibrations of water via resonance. It allows one to watch what music "looks like" instead of just listening.

The device's built-in metronome enlarges music rhythm to stable vibration and produces pretty ripples through the vibrating perch in the middle. Beautiful dazzling light radiating the passion of the music throughout the water. Volume is adjusted by turning the 3nod switch located in the middle as well. Though this is just a concept, the idea is pretty novel and would likely be a real conversation piece. What do you think?


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colormesticky colormesticky 10 years
:woohoo: for shiny!
colormesticky colormesticky 10 years
:woohoo: for shiny!
smarler smarler 10 years
Wait--so it's like the graphic visualizer on Windows Media Player...except it's real? That's very cool.
i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 10 years
Interesting is what I think. But would it really demonstrate what music looks like? I'm kinda confused...
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