Sound of Interstellar Mission ▶ Video ↓↓
#Audiovisual of NASA's Voyager 2
The sound used for this audiovisual is based on various original plasma wave recordings of NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft on its Interstellar Mission. The recordings are from 1999-11-30 to 2000-04-11.
Visible frequency range: 6000Hz
Audio length: 180 seconds
Resolution: 12 steps per second
Speed: 2 degree per second
Audio: Voyager-2 INTERSTELLAR MISSION: PWS Wideband 1999-11-30T16:04:37.308 to 2000-04-11T08:29:10.326
Made with code / Processing
#space #generative #art #design #code
Audiovisual Collage of Aurora Borealis, Van Allen Belt and Interstellar Mission.
Detail of Interstellar Mission:
This series consists of 26 visuals and 20 videos. More celestial visuals are gradually added.
Sound of Planets, Stars and Space (2017)
▶ Video playlist of all Audiovisuals
▶ Image gallery of Celestial Audiovisual or here on Ello.co/thedotisblack
This series of audiovisual reflects on the aesthetics of celestial sounds and attempts to engage the viewer/listener with a unique aural and visual experience. Sound does not travel through the vacuum of space though. Sound in space exists in form of electromagnetic vibrations or complex interactions of charged electromagnetic particles from the Solar Wind, ionospheres and planetary magnetosphere. These interactions are recorded by specific instruments on board of space probes and made available in an audible format. The audiovisuals arrange these available audio data into circular shapes where the beginning and end disappear. Thus the linearity of time cease to exist and the events are isolated into single and complete shapes. The audiovisuals are inspired and based on actual data collected by Voyager 1 and 2 spacecrafts, the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), the Van Allen and Cluster Probes. This long-term series consists of more than 26 visuals and 20 videos. More audiovisuals will be added with time and with new interesting findings in space and beyond. All audiovisuals are made with code and each audiovisual is accompanied by a video.
thedotisblack is a platform for research design that aims on the development of design knowledge through generative drawings made with code. The multidisciplinary design concept behind thedotisblack attempts to combine visual narratives and natural science studies, sound analysis and data visualization. In general, thedotisblack focuses on simple rules in code that utilize basic design principles that can be overlapped, merged or used for further development. In this context, geometry plays an important role as it enables a circular argument that brings things together while providing direction and flexibility. At the same time, coding does not only emphasize on the relationship among its parts but also enables the potential for a high and unexpected complexity of the whole that can be controlled. thedotisblack is exploring this complexity and control. thedotisblack was launched by David Mrugala, a German architect, designer and educator who currently lives in Seoul.