Researchers have created the soundtrack of the 5000-Mars sunrise captured by NASA’s robot robot, Opportunity, using data sonication methods to create a two minute music.
Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University and University of Exeter in Britain created the piece of music by scanning a left to right pixel pixel image, looking at brightness and color information and combining them with terrain height.
They used algorithms to assign a certain pitch and melody to each element. 19659002] The calm, slow harmonies are a consequence of the dark background and the lighter, higher sound in the middle of the piece is created by sonication of the bright sunshine.
The piece of Sound Soundscapes will be presented at the SC1
8 conference in Dallas, USA, November 13th.
Researchers will use both conventional speakers and vibration sensors to allow the audience to feel vibrator rations with their hands and thus enjoy a first person experience of a sunrise on Mars.
Opportunity is a robot robot that has provided photographic data on Mars to NASA since 2004. Earlier this year, communication ceased after a dust storm
Researchers hope it can resume its function later this year.
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