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Guitar Oscillations Captured with iPhone 4

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Why wouldn't you shove your iPhone into your guitar and see what footage is captures?

Turns out the footage is rather incredible. Apparently this is caused by an effect called Rolling Shutter. CMOS sensors (like the iPhone's) don't capture the entire frame instantaneously and different lines are captured at different points in time.

It looks dead nice and stuff.

Image: YouTube.com

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