Filmed by The School of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh, this is the FloWave Ocean Simulator, a 2.4 million liter (634,013 gallon) controllable research pool for testing devices and prototypes in wave and tidal current conditions. Inside the 5 meter (16.4 foot) deep tank, 168 absorbing wave makers line the walls, reliably simulating all kinds of water oscillations.
Watch the FloWave single and four spout tricks above. So fun!
Related DIY: How to make your own wave machine physics demo. Plus: Sound waves passing around & through mercury.
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