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How ?

A bath of oil is vibrated and oil droplets are deposited on the surface. Thanks to the vibrations, the droplets do not coalesce, but bounce on the surface.

Bouncing Droplet

What ?

For specific values of amplitude and frequencies, the droplet start to move forward by itself : while bouncing, it create waves with which it interacts.

walker at sunset

Why ?

This object has been called a walking droplet, or a dotwave, and behaves somehow like an elementary particle, a particle and a wave at the same time.

Attraction

Wave-Particle duality at human scale

Selected Works

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From the Blog

New reference website from Paris Couder & Fort Team

The Paris team led by Yves Couder & Emmanuel Fort has published online a wonderful reference website, with many new videos...

emergence of statistical pattern in a 1D cavity

On this video you will see how a walking droplet in a small 1D cavity moves “randomly” if the memory of the system is high enough (ie if the forcing is strong enough, but still below the...

Rainbow colored dotwave

These pictures illustrate path memory : in the wake of the drop, there is a superposition of a circular wave due to latest impact and of “line waves”  created by the many previous...

Dotwave picture on Phys.org

        Russian Physicians from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology have chosen a dotwave.org picture to illustrate an article published on phys.org concerning their...

Physics Today : letters to the editor

Some (heated ?) exchanges on the april edition of Physics today … with answers from John...

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Latest Bibliography

Surface topography measurements of the bouncing droplet experiment

A technical entry by the american team reproducing the...

Momentum exchange in the electron double-slit experiment

Yet another report of failure in trying to reproduce the...

Double-slit experiment with single wave-driven particles and its relation to quantum mechanics

Andersen, A., Madsen, J., Reichelt, C., Ahl, S. R.,...

Shedding light on pilot-wave phenomena

Brun, P. T., Harris, D. M., Prost, V., Quintela, J., &...

Neimark–Sacker bifurcation and evidence of chaos in a discrete dynamical model of walkers

Rahman, A., & Blackmore, D. (2015)....

Wave-Based Turing Machine: Time Reversal and Information Erasing

Perrard, S., Fort, E., & Couder, Y. (2016). Wave-Based...

Transition Orbits of Walking Droplets

Parker, J. (2015). Transition Orbits of Walking Droplets...

Quantumlike statistics of deterministic waveparticle interactions in a circular cavity

Gilet, T. (2016). Quantumlike statistics of deterministic...

Faraday wave lattice as an elastic metamaterial

Domino, L., Tarpin, M., Patinet, S., & Eddi, A....

Scattering theory of walking droplets in the presence of obstacles

Dubertrand, R., Hubert, M., Schlagheck, P., Vandewalle,...

Nonlinear Generation of Vorticity by Surface Waves

Filatov, S. V., Parfenyev, V. M., Vergeles, S. S.,...

Pilot-wave dynamics in a harmonic potential : Quantization and stability of circular orbits

Labousse, M., Oza, A. U., Perrard, S., & Bush, J. W....

Faraday pilot wave dynamics : modelling and computation

Milewski, P. A., Galeano-Rios, C. A., Nachbin, A., &...

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