2015 Lincoln MKC ‘Spinning Around’ with Kylie in Nine Sexy Colors

How about this for all-new, extremely fresh car news?

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The new Lincoln MKC promises huge growth for Lincoln by appealing to far more fashion customers than ever before.

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‘Fashion’ is a bit of a code word for TheLaydaies!!!

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And pretty girls love to spin around to a great Kylie Minogue dance track. So leave this video playing while watching the MKC dance in seven colors.


(The base images are huge, multi-angle photo collages available on Lincoln.com as the right-click view background image)

Next challenge for me? Somehow syncing the beat of music to the animations.

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Cue to Tom Burkart scratching his forehead trying to figure it out…

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Beat Frequency Example Problems

Beat frequency can be solved mathematically by using the formula:

beat frequency formula

where f1 and f2 are the frequencies of the two sources.

A tuning fork with a frequency of 440 Hz is sounded together with a note played on a piano. Eight beats are heard in 2 seconds. What is the frequency or pitch of the piano note?


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First find out how many beats are heard in 1 second.

Beat frequency = 8 beats = 4 Hz
………………………… ….2 s

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Next use the beat frequency formula and solve.

solution to problem - 444Hz and 436 Hz

There are 2 possible answers. There must be a difference of 4 Hz between the tuning fork and the piano note. Both f2 answers give us that difference.

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Without more information, you cannot arrive at just one answer.

If the absolute value part of the equation above gave you some trouble, find the answer this way:

  1. Just add the beat frequency (4Hz) to 440 for one answer.

  2. Subtract 4 Hz from 440 to find the second answer.

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Yes, this is what I do for fun. Sad/true, but perhaps will become a paying job at some point! =]


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