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larryd

Apr 14, 2019, 08:22 pm Last Edit: Apr 14, 2019, 09:10 pm by larryd
@ 4, 6 and 8 minutes is fun :)

https://youtu.be/r18Gi8lSkfM   




Would have been nice to have seen this back in school days, hmmm, they didn't have monitors back then :(







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Robin2

Interesting and informative. But 8 minutes too long - the woman should talk faster.

I recall seeing a mechanical machine (no electrical parts) in the Science Museum in London. There was a place to hold a sheet of paper with a printed graph of a waveform. There was a sort of stylus (linked to levers) that you would use to trace over the waveform and the machine would draw (on other pieces of paper) the first 3 (I think) harmonics of the waveform. Mechanical Fourier analysis.

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I recall seeing a mechanical machine (no electrical parts) in the Science Museum in London. There was a place to hold a sheet of paper with a printed graph of a waveform. There was a sort of stylus (linked to levers) that you would use to trace over the waveform and the machine would draw (on other pieces of paper) the first 3 (I think) harmonics of the waveform. Mechanical Fourier analysis.
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