In 2014, The Noise Index began to look at other ways to explore our relationship to data and information. This time The Noise Index looked at how we perceive error with respect to different time scales, both micro and macro. We looked at a using the computer to algorithmically draw dots along a grid. Each dot's position was offset by a small value that was generated by amplifying the timing errors in the computer's schedular. Amplifying these errors allows for new patterns to emerge in the grid, and provides a way for us to see the noise present in our machines. The work was presented at Cutlog 2014 in Paris and NY.