January 25, 2008
Urban Echo

Urban Echo

Urban Echo is the collective name of a series of ongoing research into interactive sound and video installations. Images above are specifically a version in Copenhagen, Denmark during 2007 where the work is integrated with the architecture.

The project has appeared in many forms…ranging from intimate outdoor video sculpture to large interactive public façades. Urban Echo aims to collect and creatively represent the thoughts and imaginings of city-dwellers.

In each installation, participants send their thoughts and questions via SMS and voicemail. The responses are the then projected and added to a dynamic spatialized audio composition.

    Posted by: Garrett @ 8:59 pm

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    1. Network Research » Urban Echo Says:
      July 17th, 2011 at 1:23 pm

      [...] Echo (to my knowledge nothing to do with Urban Echo) by LUSTlab is a work for urban environments which uses common place European publicity boards as [...]

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