The Pulsar Oscillograph aims to make audio interpretations of pulsar stars visible through deconstructed oscillograph techniques. The solenoid will move up and down in response to the sound, and project a laser drawing onto a phosphorescent disc, thus making the wave form evident. We can only see so far into the universe using visual light, so I think it is important to begin explorations into how it may be possible to make data in some other way tangible. Phosphorescent Spinning Disc, Solenoid, Laser, Pulsar audio interpretations obtained from Steve Aishman of PALFA, Cornell University.
March 15th, 16th y 17th