One of our members, Andrew Morrison, has a citizen science project running on the Zooniverse website.
The project is called Steelpan Vibrations and is a project looking at understanding how Caribbean steelpans (sometimes referred to as steel drums) work to produce their characteristic sound. What he has done is made high speed videos of the waves that go across the steel pan when it is struck by a player. The problem is that there is no easy way to analyze the video frames to get quantitative data. The project asks for people to go to the website and mark individual frames so that they can be aggregated together for analysis later.
There is a blog where details about the research are discussed regularly, and you can also follow Andrew on twitter where project updates are regularly posted.
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