StereoPublic

stereopublic: crowdsourcing the quiet is a participatory art project that asks you to navigate your city for quiet spaces, share them with your social networks, take audio and visual snapshots, experience audio tours and request original compositions made using your recordings. Advertisements

Da_sense

da_sense is Telecooperation’s data platform for Smart Cities. da_sense offers easy read and write APIs for sensor data, advanced data processing and visualization. The focus of da_sense is to offer sensor data in high quantity and quality. This is achieved by correlation data on different data layers available in Smart Cities. We call this a…

Het geluid van Nederland

In the project “The Sound of Netherlands”s Own Recordings are from the unique geluidenarchiefvan Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision made available. This collection consists of some 10,000 sound recordings from the ’50s to the’ 90s, from horse-drawn trams and street vendors to riots in Amsterdam and the Elfstedentocht of 1986. Of this, a selection…

Aporee

radio aporee Over the years, and thanks to a broad community of artists, phonographers and individuals working with sound and field recording, radio aporee has collected a comprehensive corpus of sounds from all around the world, and has provided many collaborative tools for artistic practices and research in the field. In addition to aspects of…

Wide Noise

EveryAware is an EU project intending to integrate environmental monitoring, awareness enhancement and behavioral change by creating a new technological platform combining sensing technologies, networking applications and data-processing tools. Thanks to the new mobile technologies (smartphone, tablet, etc.), people will be able to monitor the pollution of their environment (a street, a room, a car)…

Sound Around You

The Audio and Acoustic Engineering Research Centre at the University of Salford is building a sound map of the world to investigate how sounds in our everyday environment make us feel.We’re calling people across the world to use their iphone (or any other audio recorder) to record clips of around 30 seconds in length from…