RS Puppis is a glittering star 200 times bigger than our Sun and wreathed with dust showing starlight. Located about 6,500 light-years away, this star rhythmically lightens up and dims over a six-week cycle.
In this sonification, researchers represent information in the image as noise for a brand-new, joyful method of experiencing RSPuppis Pitch is appointed based upon instructions from the center; as the circle takes a trip inward, light closer to the top is high pitched, and light closer to the bottom is lower. Light towards the left is heard more in the left speaker and light towards the right is heard more in the best speaker. Additionally, brightness in the image is mapped to louder volume.