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Classical music scores as colorful data visualizations

posted by Jason Kottke   Nov 20, 2017

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Nicholas Rougeux, who describes himself as a “designer, data geek, fractal nut”, designed a process to turn musical scores into ultra-colorful images. He outlined his process here.

Rougeux also made video versions where you can see the visualizations form as the songs play. Here’s Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons:

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Menger sponge built from Post-It notes

posted by Jason Kottke   Sep 28, 2011

Nicholas Rougeux is building an approximation of a Menger sponge, a 3-D fractal shape with no volume and infinite surface area, out of Post-It notes.

Menger sponge Post It

It looks about 90% complete…but as a Menger sponge, can you ever really call it finished? (thx, zach)