Triangulation Device (2013)

Triangulation Device is a locative sound piece that enables pairs of users to collaboratively generate improvised soundscapes in public spaces. As each user moves through the landscape, his or her device transmits its position, which is transcoded into sound, to the other user. As users move through the environment, they create improvised soundtracks that unfold and change as they walk.

View the first iteration of the project, commissioned by the Art Gallery of Mississauga.
View the latest iteration of the project, which generates networked soundscapes through an Android app.

Triangulation Device (2013) | 2013 | Projects