Here’s another short audio documentary I made while at MIT. This one is about how one might use ants to do abstract computation, like adding numbers together. The voice you hear is that of Loizos Michael, the computer scientist who came up with the idea. ANT COMPUTER by mainsequence
Kind praise from my MIT advisor Tom Levenson on his Inverse Square Blog–this post seems to have inspired health-care-debate-link-love from Bioephemera and Cosmic Variance. Thanks everybody! And have you picked up your copy of Newton and the Counterfeiter yet?
I haven’t posted anything recently because I’ve been finishing up a number of projects out here at MIT. I wanted to share this one with everybody, it’s my final project for my New Media Storytelling class at the Media Lab. This is a Twitter visualizer built using Quartz Composer that takes multiple users and plots [...]