I'm sending you a final failed grant summary for an collective interactive
world playing attempt,,,Titled: xyz(utc-synced) supraterrestrial project
assisted by two university undergrads, sofia v bustorff and Guy De Bievre's
the world Playing attempt summary...
>From each of four Terrain Instruments within a context: Tree, Windinch
w/flow meter sensor monitorings, Box Kite strung w/.32ga stainless steel
&w/xyz sensor, and Helium filled Balloon w/suspended spy camera hovering
thge tree)... there will be four lines of information collected. All of the
data that is not the universal time code information, we can use some kind
of pick-up. The sensors will be hooked up to an Audrino... because this
platform is the standard and there is a large community for this
product...which could interconnect with mesh nets... after the Ardrino
we'll use the xBee to transmit the data to a computer that is running an
Audrino program...after the data is gathered and put into four different
audio files, one for each Terrain Instrument...the four data files are run
through our audio editing software, compressed all into one final file that
can be uploaded to Sound Cloud or be made available globally, two-way
connectable nets...on call fr/SC or x net in realtime. a/or when, from
where & what you want to hear on call...month by month..via compatible
networkings...of XYZ/sensors UTC-syncd wifi global sounds from global's
latitudes and longitudes- on your handheld or monitor via a starter
workshop...further, when these signals are received in a home environment
fo the possible feed forwarding or feeding back into the net,..in house
privacy would ask those currently using the WIFI-radiators to have a go
w/the lightbulb of Dr. Harald Haas, inventor of li-fi...this is an 'outer
year' summary of my ongoing sound/imaging quests...ideally the 2-way
traffics would eventually employ muxed and demux modulated lasers., re
ARTSCIENCE ART SCIENCE ARTSCIENCE,.. I admit to being originally highly
encouraged in the 1980s by the introduction of a "Public Understanding of
Science from NSF mailing when I was at U of Minnesota Duluth ('72-'02) Leif
On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 3:46 PM, roger malina <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> yes both networked infrastructures and networked organisations are
> relevant here=
> since they often overlap
> do you know about the Marcel network ?
> they do a lot of infrastructure networking
> one of the topics at the us national science foundation workwshop was that
> is a proliferation of infrastructure network projects - but that are
> not cross linked
> and duplicate effort
> Hello Roger and all,
> Is there development of high-speed optical networking so that people
> are able to meet with their data sets across oceans? Or are we
> speaking here of other kinds of networking. I have read through
> Roger's ongoing reports on the series of NSF Art Science workshops and
> have not seen any talk about this subject. Are the storage archives
> for large data sets in a cloud that is available to multiple entities?
> I am convinced that our networking needs to include actual optical
> connections to one another- but it is extremely difficult to get that
> up and running. The problems for me have been funding and getting
> people on board who have never really seen or experienced what is
> possible. Our CIO is now supporting small steps so that other faculty
> will be able to see with their own ideas. For Instance, UNM just did a
> series of Ursonate performances over the National LambdaRail between
> Supercomputing11 in Seattle and the Center for Advanced Research
> Computing. We were rehearsing and working out potential problems
> before a Spring Fluxus Concert between Swinburne U. of Technology,
> Melbourne, and UNM. These are baby steps designed to show people
> It is great to network- but we need to be able to do this without so
> much physical travel. How do we make high-speed optical networking
> available for a larger group of people in different communities?
> Can anyone comment on this- with your own experiences?
> Jack Ox
> Roger Malina is Director of the Observatoire Astronomique de
> Marseille Provence and Executive Editor of the Leonardo Publications
> at MIT Press
> and member of the steering committee of IMERA the Mediterranean
> Institute for Advanced Studies.Postal Address: OAMP, 38 Rue Joliot
> Curie, Marseille 13388, France
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