Chladni Experiment

Around 1800, Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni traveled through Europe and fascinated people with his plates that make sound visible. We turned the experiment into an instrument.
If a system is excited with a natural frequency, standing waves are formed. These waves oscillate in time but are constant in space. Standing waves have so-called nodal points at which the plate does not move. These nodal points are dependent on the respective resonance.