Earlier this year I created a sonification of London's Covid-19 data as part of Valentina D'Efilippo [http://www.valentinadefilippo.co.uk/]'s beautiful "London Under the Microscope" animation. Now, the entire video is online [https://vimeo.com/571217327] - I recommend listening loud with headphones! Here's how it works. There
The speakers for Outlier 2021 [https://www.outlierconf.com/], the first conference of the Data Visualization Society, have just been announced and I'm really pleased to be among them! Speakers — Outlier 2021Outlier 2021 [https://www.outlierconf.com/speakers] Together with Miriam Quick, I'll be talking about Loud Numbers [https://www.
Every week, I send out a development log newsletter [http://buttondown.email/loudumbers] for Loud Numbers [http://www.loudnumbers.net], the data sonification podcast that I'm making with Miriam Quick [http://www.miriamquick.com]. The latest episode features a round-up of all the work we've done on the project in
I've just published an article for Nightingale [https://medium.com/nightingale?source=post_page-----f60ac0b5f1be--------------------------------] , the Journal of the Data Visualization Society, on the new approach to sonification that we're taking with Loud Numbers. Here's an snippet: > Our goal is to create something that not only tells a series of compelling