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Digital Acoustic Cartography has attempted to map noise patterns of everyday objects and events - e.g. the closing of a car door. Essentially, the acoustic pattern resulting from an event is turned into a relief model of sound; this is combined with a photographic overlay of the noise maker. The result is a three-dimensional map of the object and its sound. The process is still experimental and, if nothing else, produces interesting images. The website offers a very short explanation of the process.

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1 Responses to “Mapping Sound”

  1. Anonymous Satri 

    Thanks. I added a link to this project to SoundTransit and Freesound stories :-)
    http://technology.slashgeo.org/article.pl?sid=06/01/07/1936246
    Cheers!

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