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.
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Tali, Kyle, 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

Eagle shot wins drone photography competition
Sydney Mini Maker Faire

August 11, 2014
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