Internet Broadcast Of The Human Genome

By: Jacob Courtade - Published: Mar 5, 2009   Updated: Apr 5 2011 • References: dna-rainbow.org & science.slashdot.org
Techno, rap, classical...what about genetic? Yes, you can now listen to an internet broadcast of the human genome. Previously converted to a visual representation by DNA rainbow, the "sonification" is now complete.

DNA rainbow expects the broadcast to last about 23.5 years, starting where else? With Chromosome 1.

Ready to tune in? Check it out here.

Implications - Today's consumer is fixated with entertainment, and is constantly seeking new ways to be stimulated. Those in the technology industry are thus researching ways to stimulate an array of senses at once, creating a truly pleasurable sensory experience. Thus, consumers are able to listen to a picture or smell a song, introducing a new realm of entertainment. Stats for DNA Radio Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 3,649 clicks in 377 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: DNA Radio
Related: 74 examples / 57 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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