Oscilloscope eyecandy

Posted on September 20th, 2011

The shapes are called lissajous patterns, and happen when you connect two signals to an oscilloscope in X-Y mode.

It’s normally used to track phase-differences between two signals, and to visualize the stereo field in music.
…but, it can also be used to create pure eyecandy.

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