Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound

An immersive interactive exhibition on tour from Science Projects of London, whose work is featured in major science centres around the world. We’re surrounded by sound and our ears are bombarded by noise but do you know how sound is made and how it travels? It’s all to do with vibrations of course. Experiment with odd musical instruments such as the light lyre with its light beams instead of strings and the theremin played by moving your hands close to two aerials. Find out how your vocal cords work, watch your voice on a computer screen and puzzle your brain with sound illusions. In conjunction with the Oxfordshire Science Festival (16 – 21 June)

Suitable for
Any age

Admission
Tickets available on the day from the museum shop: £3.50 adult, £2.50 concessions, £1.50 children (Under 5s free)

Website
http://www.banburymuseum.org/good-vibrations-science-sound-2/


Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk/se000181?id=EVENT572889


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