Lucky Island by University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt

A real-time data sonification

Outside of our visible spectrum of light there is a very big area of electromagnetic radiation. Scientifically it is light as well, as it consists of photons. The most dangerous part for the human being: gamma rays. They are characterised by a very small wave length and permeate almost all materials on earth. We cannot see them and generally only notice them when they are linked to radioactivity; when we deal with the consequences of atomic bombs and nuclear power plants.
In this project I don't want to downplay the dramatic effects of being exposed to this radiation but I want to show relations to better understand it. Therefore, I use the principle of sonification in order to make live measurements of sensors in Japan “audible” and tangible.

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The entrant has supplied multiple files for this project:
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