Scientists at Georgia Tech in Atlanta are trying to set the movements of fish and ants to music. If they’re successful, the results could help both humans and animals live richer lives.
Filed under art, music, science and technology, social epistemology
Tagged as fish, music, psychology, Science, Sonification
If we cannot apply this test to humans first, I think it will fail. Animals are more connected than humans. Maybe smarter.
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