1. Norman Tuck - Wave Generator ©1974


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    "He [Norman Tuck] cranks up one piece [Wave Generator], setting huge, oarlike wands flopping from a pivot point, and begins with a standard explanation: 'Different things have resonant frequency depending on their length and width and strength.' But soon enough, the sculpture takes over: It will 'tell you about resonant frequency' itself, he says. As he continues to crank the oars wave and wriggle, he narrates their grounded journey through space. Each oar continues to flop, but at some point, seems to achieve equilibrium. 'Finally it seems happy, and it's reached its resonant frequency. It likes to be there.' The scientific theory seems like mumbo-Jumbo, but who can't understand this kind of intuitive definition?" Judy Arginteanu, The St. Paul Pioneer Press. Video from 16mm, silent, shot at OK Harris Gallery, NYC. © 1974.

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    • Continuous wave generation RND Houdini 12.5


      from Aliaksei Khatsko Added 1,019 32 15

      My latest test of houdini FLIP solver. I've used field force node and point velocities. No velocity falloff. Base fluid - near 5 mln particles, whitewater - 4.5 mln particles. Looking forward to make some "beach" stuff including RBD.

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      • Rescue training with wave ball


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        Wow Company is the inventor and holder of the international patent for the manufacturing and selling of the Wave Ball, a revolutionary waves generator. It is a sphere floating on the water, very safe, and full of intelligent electronics and mechanics. Finely tuned by the on-board electronic components, the Wave Ball automatically adapts its up and down movements to achieve an economical and powerful waves generation, based on the resonance principle. The resulting

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        • Wave it, Innovate wave generator from Belgium


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          Wave it, Innovate wave generator from Belgium.

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