TEDxPSU - Mark Ballora - Opening Your Ears to Data

05/12/2011 21:50:01

Mark Ballora joined the Penn State faculty in 2000. He holds a joint appointment in the School of Music and the Department of Integrative Arts. Mark teaches courses in music technology, history of electroacoustic music and musical acoustics. He received degrees from the University of California at Los Angeles, New York University and McGill University. He is the author of Essentials of Music Technology Prentice Hall, 2002 and has been published in LEONARDO and the College Music Symposium. He has also written short articles in Electronic Musician magazine. Past work includes sound designs and electroacoustic scores for modern dance, theatre, animated films and radio dramas. His current research focuses on auditory representations of scientific data sets with an emphasis on auditory displays of heart rate variability data for diagnostic and artistic realizations. His work has been presented at the International Conference on Auditory Display, Computers in Cardiology, the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States SEAMUS and the Society for Arts in Healthcare.

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rockinramen

That's my Prof!!!

26/03/2016
Peter Buckland

Mark. I want to do this with climate data.

14/02/2012
Sam Richards

Okay...so this just took my imagination into places where it's never been. Very, very cool. This is exactly what TED talks are supposed to do.

12/01/2012
Ann Clements

Amazing!! Great Job!

06/01/2012
thirstler

This is wonderful! Good work!

12/12/2011
Howard Cohen

Well Done Mark!

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