Diffusion Science radio: FundScience, Albatross, LoVid

FundScience, Albatross, LoVid


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Recovering the world's oldest sound recordings, and DIY Flone drones by Ian Woolf.
Maria Oh talks about crowd-funding science on FundScience,
John August explains how Albatrosses fly,
Tali and Kyle discuss artwork involving analog synthesizers, arduino controllers, ceramics and dancers, at Dorkbot.
Hosted and Produced by Ian Woolf

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FundScience
2014-07-31
Tali, Kyle, LoVid

LoVid


Optical Imaging Study of the 1878 St. Louis Edison Tinfoil Recording from the miSci (museum of innovation and science) Schenectady, New York
Sound Reproduction R & D Home Page

Oldest Ever Recorded Voice Sings Again

Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville's Phonautograms
Bell and Tainter improve the phonograph
Restoring the 1878 "St Louis" Edison Tinfoil Recording(pdf)
Mechanical Sound Carriers
http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/The-sounds-of-science-3981255.php>st known recording of voice, music

Flone Instructable
Phone Drone Flone

Dronestagram
Eagle shot wins drone photography competition
Sydney Mini Maker Faire
Dorkbot


August 11, 2014

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