|I love it when my interests collide
||[Sep. 16th, 2008|08:45 am]
Lots of people assume that individuals interested in cutting edge computers, sciences, and technologies, and those interested in exploring history, especially in the contexts of art and music, run in separate circles.
Anyone who’s ever been to an SCA event knows there’s a lot more overlap in that Venn Diagram…
This recent article details how some scientists made use of the latest computer network research technologies to model and reproduce the sound of a medieval instrument, an instrument of which no modern replica exists. Spiff.
Originally published at lebor.net. You can comment here or there.