Unbelievable, this beats those ordinary water droplet photographs ten fold, brilliantly novel idea. The creative studio Dentsu collaborated with photographer Linden Gledhill to create this amazing series of ‘paint sculptures’ using sound vibrations.
The oscillations of a speaker are transferred to a thin membrane which surrounds the system, when the speakers were off ink drops were placed on this thin layer. Once the speakers were tuned up, the colorful droplets sprung to life, jumping towards the heavens in a liquid rainbow.
High speed video cameras and still cameras were used to freeze the whole act in time, they even placed multiple cameras around the living droplets, capturing every possible angle. They also experimented with different frequencies which altered the entire structure completely. Check out my previous post on sound waves and organic patterns for more information on how this works: The God Frequency. The entire project was apart of Canons’ Pixma Ink printer series.