Sonification has broad application for both the sighted and blind, Ballora says. Given that we have more data available to us than ever before, why not deploy all senses available to take it all in?
“I keep asking myself about the value of raising kids to think of science and math as things you study not just with your eyes, but with your ears,” he says. “This [SAS tool] has a lot of implications for what science education could look like in 20, 30 years.”
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