Category Archives: Urban Computing

Tellart’s “Maker Music” Inspires 2011 Maker Fair RI Visitors

When the Rhode Island Maker Faire invited us back for our third year in a row, we racked our brains for the best way to follow up 2009′s Maker Pong (make a link) and 2010′s Frogger Game (make a link). We decided to amp up our mixed reality projection system with a giant music synthesizer [...]

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SoundAffects NYC

A ten-day audio experiment that listened to more than just the audible noise of a New York City street corner, SoundAffects took the form of a wall on the corner of 5th Avenue and 13th Street that collected data input including temperature readings, color analysis of video feeds, precipitation measurements, noise levels, cellular phone activity/interference, [...]

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St. Louis Metro: Linear Accelerator

Tellart partnered with Mid Ocean Studio to create a large-scale interactive lighting sculpture for a station in the St. Louis Metro. Mid Ocean designed and built the double helix of stainless steel that held Tellart’s custom technology – thousands of wirelessly controllable multi-color light nodes. Cameras positioned above the train platform tracked the waiting passengers’ [...]

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