Alexander Lauterwasser

Alexander Lauterwasser, a German researcher and photographer based his work on work done by Ernst Chladni and Hans Jenny in the field of Cymatics. In 2002 Lauterwasser published his book Wasser Klang Bilder (Water Sound Images)[1] with imagery of water surfaces set ...Read More


Jenny was born in Basel, Switzerland. After completing his doctorate, he taught science at the Rudolph Steiner School in Zürich for four years before beginning his medical practice. In 1967, Jenny published the first volume of Cymatics: The Study of Wave ...Read More

Kelemen Gabriel

A varied range of cymatic explorations from Romania. Click here for his latest work. Here for a video compilation Here to view more of his work on YouTube . [youtube KdV1MhJtEjM 460 370] [youtube AbJyLuzYuv0 460 370] [youtube GCUg4Kx_CjY 460 370] [youtube iSadl7r-fkc 460 370] [youtube M0rPtQotM7k 460 370] [youtube c7OtpsjkBjc ...Read More

rmcybernetics is a diverse company, based in Alsager, Cheshire. Headed by Richard Morrow they specialize in new science and technology, and aim to help present these topics in an easily understandable way. Click here for video of DIY Experiment Read More

Arnold Marko

Slovenian multiskiller working on a range of media productions. His work on Cymatics is focused on live performance with musicians. Using cymatics to create organic video projections to accompany the music. Click here for his website. Read More

Michael Murphy

The experiments and installation work of Michael Murphy. Read More

Colin Cunningham

Sound can have some amazing effects on liquids - and some downright bizarre effects on non-newtonian fluids such as the conveniently simple mixture of cornstarch & water. I'd experimented a bit with cornstarch cymatics in the past, but never quite ...Read More