Even if you hated math class, you'll be entranced by Daniel Sierra's new computer animation "Oscillate." The video above is an audio-visual delight where sine waves bounce and dissolve in time with music.
He writes on his website, "My goal with 'Oscillate' was to visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in unison to capture the viewer's attention."
Whether you understand the science behind his work or not, you'll be hypnotized by Sierra's glowing waves. Let us know what you think of the video in the comments below.
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