Sounds of Nature
Turn on your speakers, turn up the volume, lay back and enjoy the sounds of Nature.
- Play birds on ‘Random’, to prevent endless chirping. Try setting it to 600
- The Arrow Button adds more player channels, up to 7 per player.
- Add multiple instances of Sensiri to your page to get more sounds.
- Don’t forget the onboard help, just click ‘F1′.
- ‘Ctrl’ acts as a macro, to max out pan/volume and to stop or play all sounds.
- The green display button next to help brings up track info and timing data.
- Sit back and enjoy your ambient soundscape.
by Rimantas Lukavicius
"Infinity water” is a journey through physical properties of the most abundant compound on Earth's surface. Exploring the interaction between colorless, odorless liquid and music, discovering the infinity encoded in water's memory.
"At a 98 degree inclination, Uranus and its satellites have always been somewhat of a mystery to planetary scientists. While many of the Solar Systems planets have an inclined axis, none can compare with nearly being on its side.
Popular theory on how Uranus ended up with a highly eccentric axis has always been pretty standard – one giant blow. However, at today’s (October 6) EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting in Nantes, astronomers are thinking things may have occurred slightly differently. Instead of a singular impact, the glowing blue-green gas giant may have been the victim of a series of smaller punches."