For the science and audio geeks out there, you might already be familiar with a Ruben’s Tube. Invented by German physicist Heinrich Rubens in 1905, the tube uses flames to demonstrate the relationship between sound waves and sound pressure that is passing through the tube. It is also commonly used at hard rock concerts where flames are an absolutely necessity.
The Pyro Board from Aarhus University School of Engineering student Sune Nielsen and his pals uses the same principal of the Rubens’ tube to create an incredibly awesome audio visual display in a condensed package. Can we get an Instructable or a Kickstarter project Sune?