"Glitch in the matrix" becomes a scientific reality with acoustic levitation
(CBS News) Back in April we showed you an amazing video that used sound and an adjustment on a camera's frame rate to create the optical illusion (or glitch in the Matrix) of liquids appearing to stop or go backwards in their flow. It was mind-blowing. Well, get ready to have your jaw drop, as the optical illusion previously on display has been made into a scientific reality. Check it out.
Okay, seriously, just how cool is science? The stunning video was posted by Argonne National Laboratory who write about the development:
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Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions containing different pharmaceuticals. While the connection between levitation and drug development may not be immediately apparent, a special relationship emerges at the molecular level.
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