The speed of sound in water changes with variations in temperature, salinity, and pressure. Sound travels at 1500 meters per second in the open ocean. For the air, that speed is 340 meters per second. Along with this, sound waves physically change based on multiple factors. Taking factors such as the way sound travels, scientists at the lab structure image and sound to coordinate with each other in a way that creates harmonious disarray.

 

Above is a sample of our most recent project. Currently in post-production.

 

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