Data-Visualization: Pi played on the piano

As it will be Pi-Day (14-March) this week we would like to remind you of Felix Jung’s great visualization and sonification of the number pi.

…pi10k combines audio and mathematics, giving sound to that most irrational of numbers: Pi. By assigning each numeral (1, 2, 3) an equivalent note (A, B, C), this project “plays” back pi through your speakers…


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to pi10k flash application



















Felix Jung has more Flash experiments on his web site. You find an overview here.

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One Response to “Data-Visualization: Pi played on the piano”

  1. fife holiday cottages Says:

    You’re motivating me so much I have to leave now, just like when I read, “The events of our lives happen in a sequence of time but in their significance to ourselves they find their own order..”.