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A software application was presented at SUNBELT this year in Vancouver that
also integrates sound into network visualization. I believe it is called
Jacobs Ladder, and allows the user to add any midi sound to longitudinal
network data. The outputs looked, and sounded great at the
presentation...longitudinal animation of the network along with sound
integration (I think they used steel drums in the example). Hearing the
patterns in the networks over time, while seeing them as well...brilliant!
I just found more info at:
Devan Rosen, Ph.D.
University of Hawaii
Department of Speech
2560 Campus Road, 326 George Hall
Honolulu, HI 96822
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On 10/3/06, Valdis Krebs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Listening to your network... I had blogged about this idea before...
> but never translated "nodes to notes" and made a graphical interface of
> that translation.
> This is intertesting... you can make your own composition by following
> a path in the graph.
> Not exactly Vivaldi, but a start...
> Enjoy! [Play around with the Path Review button]
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