Monthly Archives: August 2015

Audio-visual presentations of Stock Market data

This morning, whilst making breakfast, a news article on the BBC Breakfast show caught my eye. I wasn’t terribly interested in the article being presented from the London Stock Exchange but the visualisation of the stocks behind the presenter caught my eye. Twenty stocks were being updated in real time and being shown using concentric, […]

Sonification and auditory displays links 16 Aug

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision have a labs site and Twitter feed. I believe that this follows other initiatives such as the Europeana Labs. Fashion houses create some wonderful things in the wearables section, such as the dress that responds to Twitter. “A collaborative development of an artistic responsive fashion collection” explores responsive […]

Scripting Scyther

As part of my latest course assignment, I have been using Cas Cremer’s Scyther tool for one of the questions. It is a Python programme that allows a user to test a protocol for security properties. It is very user friendly once it gets going but I got frustrated with having to go the directory […]

Sonification and auditory display links 9 Aug 2015

I’ve just started with sonification and auditory displays. Here are some links and articles (some are behind paywalls) that I found of interest. I heard about a sonification of economic data, The Sound of the Economy, on the Foreign Affairs site and an adjoining paper┬áby George Kopeczky describing it, Perspectives in Sonification of Financial Data […]