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Can You Hear Light? The Audio-Modulated Light Beam Experiment

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In this video I show you how to make an audio modulated light beam so that you can actually transmit audio through light beams. I show you how you can use the amplified signal from a solar panel connected to a speaker and shine amplitude modulated light on it in order to transmit sound signals! You can even transmit music through light. This amazing experiment shows you how you can even use this device to hear the lights in your room and even the light from your television!

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