Waterbending! In real life! Check out the below video by illusionist Brusspup where he uses a simple stereo set-up to bend a continuous stream of water. Just like Katara! Except she didn’t need a stereo she just needed more confidence in her abilities!!!
We’re going to go lay down now, but you should watch the video. Then scroll further for the explanation as to how he did it.
Ready to know how it was done? IT’S A
TRAP TRICK. The effect can only be seen through a camera and not in real life (although you can effectively freeze water in your vision with a properly calibrated strobe light while feeling it running over your hand). The camera that is shooting this trick is running at 24 fps (frames per second) and the speaker attached to the hose is set to a frequency of 24 hertz, thus vibrating the hose and water at the same frequency. This syncs up the sine wave of the noise with the frames being shot by the camera, making the water appear like it’s bending.
Check out the video page for a detailed explanation of how you can do this at home!
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby the Rocket once bent water around a black hole to create a ring of ocean in space. Then it went SWIMMIN’!