Scientists have created the 5,000 soundtrack of Mars Marsh rack brought by NASA, Opportunity, robotic rover using data specification techniques to create a piece of music two minutes. Researchers from the University of Anglia Ruskin and the University of Exeter in the UK created the piece of music by scanning a picture of the left to the right, a pixel by pixel, and exploring brightness and color information with land elevation.
They use algorithms to ring each element around a specific melody and melody. The quiet, slow harmonies are the result of the dark background and create brighter, quick sounds towards the middle of the piece by distributing the bright sunscreen.
The piece, called Mars Soundscapes, will be presented at the SC18 Supercomputing Conference in Dallas, USA, on November 13. Researchers will use conventional speakers and vibrant conveyancers so that the audience can feel the vibrations with their hands, enjoying the first person experience of a break at sea.
Opportunity is a robotic rover that has been providing photographic data on Mars for NASA since 2004. Earlier this year, he stopped communication following a storm storm. Scientists hope he will resume his role later this year.