Lady Gaga’s music to use sonic sound to “communicate” fans at concerts…
Too high-pitched for human ears?
Why hasn’t she been doing this all along, and with ALL her songs, concert or no conert?
[via Daily Mail] She’s known for her trendy music and being on the cutting edge of fashion, but Lady Gaga has also been pioneering a sonic technology that’s set to transform experiences at live events.
At her Monsters Ball tour she deployed a product made by U.S start-up Sonic Notify that transmits a signal to the smartphones of audience members that can then link them to various websites and images – and even give them the chance to vote for the encore song.
The signal is cleverly embedded within a song or an audio track of some sort, and picked up by the Sonic Notify app.
Love the idea…
Because NOT being able to hear a Lady Gaga song?
Is the best kind of Lady Gaga song.
Must admit though, her implementation of this form of communication, might seem brilliantly ingenious, cutting edge to some…
But did you know?
Some of Mother Nature’s species have implemented this type of communication FOREVER!
Science has just recently discovered it.
[via MNN]A huge-eyed little primate of the Philippines can communicate in pure ultrasound — issuing calls so high-pitched that human ears can’t detect them.Study researcher Marissa Ramsier noted the ironic discovery in an animal that has always been considered a quiet night creature. “It turns out that it’s not silent. It’s actually screaming and we had no idea,” said Ramsier, an evolutionary biologist at Humboldt State University in California.The shrillest noise a human can hear has a frequency of about 20 kilohertz. The Philippine tarsier can hear up to 91 kilohertz, and it cries out in the 70-kHz range. Those numbers put the tarsier’s hearing abilities in the same range as bats and far beyond those of any other primate ever known. [Read More]
So although it’s…
Not very original?
Never doubt it…
So very welcome!