Ever wondered what the strings of a guitar look like when you pluck them? Sure you do. They twang and move a little bit, don’t they? Or rather…move…a LOT. A Youtube guitarist owning an iPhone 4 has decided to put the iPhone 4 inside the guitar, and capture some rarely seen footage of how the strings oscillate. The iPhone 4′s shutter was the main cause of this cool effect.
From the video description,
I just happened upon this trick when testing what it was like filming from inside my guitar. Note this effect is due to the rolling shutter, which is non-representative of how strings actually vibrate.
In other words, the iPhone 4′s sensor scans objects diagonally from the top left to the bottom right, producing the interesting effect. Just a quick video showing what one with a bit of creativity can do with an iPhone 4 and a guitar.
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