news and musings on all things related to sound and light with emphasis on science, technology, security and forensics
Monday, February 01, 2010
Acoustics: Visualizing whale calls as art
NewScientist (science magazine, UK) has a fascinating set of images from Mark Fischer, who uses artistically manipulated wavelet transforms of the calls of marine mammals to create stunning artwork.
Researcher, engineer, and lecturer in audio and video forensics, sensors, and signal processing.
Education: Electrical Engineer (MSEE, Clemson University, 1986) with signal processing background.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Signal Processing Society, member and Coastal South Carolina Section secretary/treasurer;
Audio Engineering Society (AES), member and signal processing technical committee;
International Society for Optical Engineering, member;
Acoustical Society of America (ASA), member; Palmetto Scholars Academy, board member.