So... Who else thinks this functionality should be added? :)

  • Yes

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  • YES

    true balance is impossible in video games the best one can hope for is to make it really hard to guess which of 2 choices are better.
    and remember kids "NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF JOKES!"

  • or quote the turrets from portal


    but if there is electric musicboxes then they must emit arcs in sync with the music

    true balance is impossible in video games the best one can hope for is to make it really hard to guess which of 2 choices are better.
    and remember kids "NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF JOKES!"

  • I must state my doubts on that video. Whilst i think it's possible to sync up the TeslaCoils with the Song, i seriously doubt it's possible to make them create such a wide range of sounds.
    Rather assume them to run a techno-fied version of the song in the background, with TeslaCoils merely displaying a visual translation of the song into current (which actually could even be some sort of amplified speaker output).

  • Yeah, may not be true, have you seen the other videos? There are quite a few, may change your mind. They do have a radio or something playing instruments like the bass and drums for songs like sweet home Alabama.

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  • I must state my doubts on that video. Whilst i think it's possible to sync up the TeslaCoils with the Song, i seriously doubt it's possible to make them create such a wide range of sounds.
    Rather assume them to run a techno-fied version of the song in the background, with TeslaCoils merely displaying a visual translation of the song into current (which actually could even be some sort of amplified speaker output).


    It's actually very possible to do such. There's lots of different videos all over youtube and there was one group (Arc Attack) that made it on "America's Got Talent"
    There's still limitations to what sounds the tesla coils can make though. The Ghostbusters theme song that's out there is a bit off for one.