Labels: locative media
"Launched at the Sonic Arts Expo and a pilot study in Boulder, Colorado. It enables you to capture and share your sonic experiences. You can record and collect sounds, create and share soundwalks and soundscapes, and use them as conversation pieces of a social dialogue about the places and communities in which we live and that we share. The result is an affective geography that changes over time according to participants' perceptions and interpretations of their environmental settings."