(Video) Paint Drops Reacting To Sound Waves

(Video) Paint Drops Reacting To Sound Waves

Dentsu London and photographer Linden Gledhill capture a frozen moment in time.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 october 2010

Dentsu London and photographer Linden Gledhill recently collaborated on a new project for Canon’s PIXMA colour printers. Using extremely precise photography, the ‘Sound Sculptures‘ project captured droplets of paint as they reacted to sound waves and bounced around for just a fraction of a second.

Watch its video below:

Canon Pixma Sound Sculptures from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

Dentsu London

Linden Gledhill

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