[ATM] sound encoded imaging: was Music?
richard1941 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 01:43:06 JST 2009
I like to listen to music, and to force everybody else to listen to my
stuff, just to impress them all how cool I am. I have all of the Nazi
marches and Spanish fascist stuff on the internet.
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Subject: [ATM] sound encoded imaging: was Music?
On Mon, 19 Oct 2009, Dale Eason wrote:
> I don't like to listen to any music while observing or building
I did not used to either, but at one point a patch clamp electrophysiology
rig entered my lab that made noise as the pipette tip approached the cell
and made that Nobel Prize winning GOhm seal. I would not say a blind person
could quite use it, but everyone else in the room knew pretty much exactly
what was going on in the petri dish in my microscope.
I reckoned sound of some kind might end up being used very commonly in
ATMing or observing in connection with some kind of sensor to tell observer
or others what is happening.
I have thought to apply something like this to meteor showers and aurora
borealis such that sound corresponds to speed, quantity and intensity. Time
has not been on my side, but not hard for those in here that can program
imaging and data acquisition software. Might be nice at star parties for the
people waiting for their turn at the scope.
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