Sound Levitation ! Amazing Didgeridoo Physics

Sound Vibration Levitation.
Floating a rolling paper by playing a didjeridoo. The air pressure in the tube balances together along with the vibration of the sound to somehow hold the dancing paper at the end of the didjeridu.
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43 thoughts on “Sound Levitation ! Amazing Didgeridoo Physics

  1. this reminds me of, if you are bumpin music in a car, and put a piece of paper in the window.. for a few moments the paper will get caught in the open window.. either from sounds waves, or air distortion..

  2. I love this concept. Can I ask the didg player to choose a different tone….that does not "levitate"…then suction can be ruled out? I would love to see both tones together to show that it is levitation and not suction. I fully believe that – like cicada song – people have a role to play in keeping our physical plane in existence! aka. life on Earth (as opposed to other planets)….uh oh….maybe we are getting too deep now???

  3. Acabo de llegar a una conclusión gracias a tu vídeo. Los aborígenes australianos lo que consiguieron con el djeridu fue imitar el sonido que emitían los vimanas 😉

  4. Impressive !! Another old instrument getting weird physical phenomena is the "Taoist Bowl" (Lung Ding). When playing it in a special way you can see water drops walking on water (Faraday Resonance effect) !!

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