In 2019, a total of 1,637 earthquakes with magnitude of five or more were recorded worldwide. Dataquake is a platform using cymatic patterns in sand and water to symbolize earthquakes that happened in the world, either in land or in the ocean. It allows the user to explore through time the earth’s seismic activity. The earthquakes’ data is taken from an API and affects depending on magnitude the type of cymatic waveform generated by Dataquake by producing a certain frequency. Wether the seismic activity is detected in land or in the ocean will affect wether the cymatic patterns appear in salt or in water. The cymatic patterns in water ressembling waves evoques the tsunamis that can be triggered by an underwater earthquake. Whereas the mouvement of the salt to some precise frequencies shows the consequence of a trembling ground.