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Mind = BLOWN: Static Flow of Water [Video]

Creating the illusion of a static flow of water using sound. Of course this isn’t my idea and plenty more refined examples already exist. So, anyone out there who can explain how this illusion was created? Let us know in the comments section below! [Mrbibio] No related posts. No related posts.
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