Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

May 15, 2013 | in Art

The essence of this project is the visualization of animal sounds with the help of a computer program created by a programmer and engineer Mark Fischer.

The project’s name is Aguasonic Acoustics, and its author Mark Fischer used sound waves obtained from different animals to create kaleidoscopic images using mathematics and programming. The concept has a lot in common with the fractal art, with which you may be already familiar. Well, it may sound strange, but let’s take a look at sounds.

White-beaked dolphin.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Blue whale.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Humpback whale.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Northern Cardinal.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Minke whale.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

False killer whale.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Spectacled owl.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Cricket.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Risso’s dolphin.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Atlantic spotted dolphin.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

Killer whale.
Aguasonic Acoustics by Mark Fischer

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