Guitar Oscillations Captured with iPhone

I don't know if what we are seeing is "true" or just a by-product of the camera on the phone. Either way....pretty cool.

More info: http://www.reddit.com/r/reddit.com/comments/in2rc/guitar_string_oscillations_captured_on_video/
siftbotsays...

Promoting this video and sending it back into the queue for one more try; last queued Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 4:28pm PDT - promote requested by ctrlaltbleach.

turboj0esays...

I think that this has to do with the frames per second that the phone can capture. a similarly unique video can be made if you record the propeller(s) on a single or double engine aircraft. this was a lot more fun to look at though.. and I really liked the song!

charliemsays...

>> ^MaxWilder:

Why is nobody crying fake? C'mon! It looks fake! Are there other videos with this effect happening?


Because the phenomenon is a very well understood and documented real behavior of digital information systems?

MaxWildersays...

>> ^charliem:

>> ^MaxWilder:
Why is nobody crying fake? C'mon! It looks fake! Are there other videos with this effect happening?

Because the phenomenon is a very well understood and documented real behavior of digital information systems?


Thanks for that illuminating response.</sarcasm>

How about actually saying something useful if you are going to respond to a question?

Like this: The reddit discussion about the video contains a number of interesting links with other examples of the Rolling Shutter phenomenon, including a video which shows how guitar strings actually oscillate.

charliemsays...

If you read two posts above your original one, I provided a link that describes the mathematical theorem behind this phenomenon.....suitable link, wouldnt you think?

>> ^MaxWilder:

>> ^charliem:
>> ^MaxWilder:
Why is nobody crying fake? C'mon! It looks fake! Are there other videos with this effect happening?

Because the phenomenon is a very well understood and documented real behavior of digital information systems?

Thanks for that illuminating response.</sarcasm>
How about actually saying something useful if you are going to respond to a question?
Like this: The reddit discussion about the video contains a number of interesting links with other examples of the Rolling Shutter phenomenon, including a video which shows how guitar strings actually oscillate.

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