I have this mobile application,audioTagger, a ubiquitous tool for
locating and tracing sounds, using geocoordnates. If anybody on this
list could think of a good use of as a science tools, even if its 8bit,
I would be interested in hearing it.
audioTagger will be presented at reActor- international digital live art
conference at Leeds Met University, Leeds,UK
audioTagger can be defined as, wireless phonography ("mobile sound
writing").audioTagger is a momentary exploration of urban space, to
sonic moment using mobile technology.
Anybody with a data enabled mobile phone can participate and contribute
to AudioTagger's exploration of the environment, using the mobile phone
as a field recorder, "phonographic tool".
The mobile phone is used in this application, being the most ubiquitous
tool at present, within wireless architecture; creating a seamless
computing environment with the Internet.
Today, the physical world, and the digital world have an established
connection. audioTagger is a tool to explore the relation between
physical space and its everyday presence, and its integrations into
mobile space. Urban space is here viewed both as a communication
platform and the subject for exploration. What does this mobility mean
to the aesthetic expression, when making a field recording?
The location of the field-recording can be viewed and the sound listened
to, on a Google map, at the website