WM8.2 Wave-o-graph

A rope is attached to a pillar on the side of the room. The other end is attached to the wave-o-graph placed on a rolling table, and the rope is stretched. The apparatus has a speed control that allows the rope to be spun at different frequencies. The result is a physical example of standing waves, nodes and all. For better sight, use the big strobe light and a dimmed room to freeze the motion.

Equipment Location: G62