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Nicole Wright

Making the move from Song Scope to Kaleidoscope 4.0

Making the move from Song Scope to Kaleidoscope 4.0

Earlier this week, we announced our breakthrough new product, Kaleidoscope Pro 4.0 with Cluster Analysis.

Kaleidoscope 4.0  allows you to quickly sort through massive acoustic audio recording collections to detect vocalizations and sort them according to similarity into "clusters" which can then be quickly reviewed, marked, and exported to other statistical analysis tools like Excel, R, and MatLab.  These clusters can also be used to create classifiers which can find those similar vocalizations in your other recording data. 

You may have built classifiers (recognizers) in the past using our Song Scope software. If so, we believe you will be even happier with how easy and efficient it is to build classifiers with the new Cluster Analysis feature in Kaleidoscope Pro 4.0. 

Echo Meter Touch facilitates the UK's First Deaf-Led bat walk

Echo Meter Touch facilitates the UK's First Deaf-Led bat walk

On July 17th, 2016, the Echo Meter Touch was a part of history on the UK’s first deaf-led bat walk. The bat walk was the idea of Alisdair Grant, Deaf Alumni Program Manager at Deaf Unity. Grant had been working towards his bat license and wanted to get the deaf community involved in his passion for bats. Together with the Heritage Ability Project (created by Living Options Devon to make heritage sites more accessible) they planned to build the bat walk into a free Open Day event at Cockington Country Park.

Scientist Rob Mies shares bat facts and the importance of protecting the animal

Rob Mies from the Organization for Bat Conservation returns to the WGN Morning News to discuss the importance of protecting the animal.

Wildlife Acoustics is proud to support wildlife conservation efforts

Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation Bat Conservation International Bat Conservation Trust Wildlife Habitat Counsil