Abstract

More than a decade ago, the authors proposed establishing a basis for scientific exploration of blood-flow dynamics intertwined with the visual arts. Here they present a case study showing how paradigms they codeveloped for visually abstracting cerebral aneurysm blood flows were extrapolated to sonification and bimodal representations, and how a close interdisciplinary partnership was effected by guiding engineering students versed in the arts and artists adept with digital technology toward final outcomes greater than the sum of their parts.

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