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The real Magneto in real life.

Posted in X-Men

Ever want to walk on the ceiling like in movies, well this guy can with his magnetic boots.

Posted in X-Men

Yeah this dude can now shoot fire from his wrists like in X-men. Watch out...

Posted in Fire

It's possible to become Wolverine now and this guy knows how...

Posted in X-Men

Ever needed a speaker, but couldn't afford one? This one is pretty easy to do an actually sounds pretty good.

Posted in Do it yourself

Zoetropes utilize statues and pictures from multiple frames of a scene displaced in succession of each other to show case the scene. The high speed and displacement of light cause the scene to come alive!

Posted in Zoetrope

Michael Villalpando just earned a profile!

Please welcome Michael by checking out the profile: sussle.org

Posted in Sussle

More sound experiments that will revolutionize engineering and music forever. (And they all utilize similar concepts from my previous posted videos)

Posted in Sound

This experiment is simple to do and cool to look at. By placing a thin rubbery membrane over a speaker and attaching a mirror to that membrane-speaker combo, you can shine a laser at the mirror as it plays to change the pattern of the laser. By varying the frequencies, the laser will ultimately show you the complexity of a sine wave

Posted in Sound

A cool experiment that uses a wave driver and various frequencies to move sand into cool patterns. The sand pattern essentially show nodes and anti-nodes, where the nodes are the areas in which have no sand (vibrating) and the anti-nodes with sand (not vibrating). All-in-all, cool to watch, terrible to listen to.

Posted in Sound