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The treble clef gets me every time

Posted at 7:44 AM on October 21, 2013 by Brett Baldwin
Filed under: Fun finds

From an array of computer-controlled set of water nozzles, you can create just about anything. So it's unsurprising to see logos, hearts, and musical notes emerge from some of Germany's Watergraphics fountains.

But then this animated gif came along. The quarter notes and eighth notes are great, but there's something about the treble clef, with its intricate swirls and lines -- it ought to be impossible to create as a fountain -- but there it is, precise, and temporary and... gorgeous.


Just look at that thing.

For more on the capabilities of these types of fountains, look no further than this demo reel: