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Interesting Readings
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[http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129083762 From Grunting To Gabbing: Why Humans Can Talk]
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Drawings of the anatomy of three/four subjects to be studied
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Translation of drawings into geometry. Abstraction of animal's anatomy.
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3D Models of abstraction
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4th Stage
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Print 3D models
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Add electronics and code into 3D print models in order to create the best mechanical movements and simulation of the three animals saying a word. 
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Sonification through physarum and mycelium.
 
Sonification through physarum and mycelium.

Revision as of 12:48, 14 June 2016

TRANSLATIONS ¿?

Interesting Readings

From Grunting To Gabbing: Why Humans Can Talk

1st Stage Drawings of the anatomy of three/four subjects to be studied

2nd Stage Translation of drawings into geometry. Abstraction of animal's anatomy.

3rd Stage 3D Models of abstraction

4th Stage Print 3D models

5th Stage Add electronics and code into 3D print models in order to create the best mechanical movements and simulation of the three animals saying a word.



IDEAS

Sonification through physarum and mycelium.

For the last months I have been working with physarum and I have become very acquainted with this organism. I want to continue exploring it through the sound and the pulses it produces while moving through its environment and searching for food.

I know this organism very well but I haven't really taken the time to experiment with physarum and electronics all together. I want to start exploring electronics through the natural eye I have developed in the last months.

There have been many experiments about sensing physarum's pulse and creating music. An interspecies communication have been very much explore and even here, the Biolab, worked as an environment for the development of sonifications of physarum.

It is very well known that physarum can give us some kind of rythm, sounds but can we give it back something? Can physarum be influenced by special sounds? Are they audible sounds or do they perceive other frequencies?

At the same time I have been trying to grow mycelium. On my experiment, following the idea of growing mycelium on cardboard, I placed a wired under the pieces of the mushroom to test if mycelium would grow connecting and intertwined with the metallic elements. In order to get some information out of mycelium I plan to use Martin Howse's circuit and then work it better to get more accurate readings, if it is possible.