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June 20, 2015

Vinyl LP under an Electron Microscope

at 9:53 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Insane Equipment


Have a look at the great video of this Vinyl LP under an Electron Microscope. Using an Electron Microscope isn’t as easy to use as a normal microscope, in this case the vinyl needed to be metal coated to be viewed. The scanned data was captured with a DSO and processed into a short video. It looks amazing, I didn’t realize how Vinyl Records LPs encoded the 2 stereo channels. The CD also looks very interesting up close.




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