Posts tagged "locative media"
Treasuremapper

Treasuremapper

Treasuremapper is tool that we created to help artists more easily create stories and other experiences in public space. The software, which is open source (and thus free) allows you to create “locative media” experiences on GPS-enabled mobile devices such as smartphones. Using GPS Treasuremapper makes it easy to show certain pictures or play certain audioclips...
Understanding Locative Media

Understanding Locative Media

The members of NetNiet.org are a diverse bunch: programmers, organisers, theorists. This has allowed us to create lectures and workshops that offer a clear overview of developments, while simultaneously enabling us to advise on real-world problems. Locative Media One of the most interesting areas we work in, is the field of locative media and location...
Data landscaping using locative media

Data landscaping using locative media

In this workshop which we developed in 2011 we turn datasets into spatial experiences using both GPS-equiped smartphones and analogue interventions. This allows us to literally walk through statistics. About As the amount of data that we collect grows, it becomes increasingly difficult to distill data into an opinion. In this workshop we explore a...
Voicemail Stories

Voicemail Stories

In 2006, creating locative media was a daunting task usually involving complex and expensive iPaq computers. For the Wireless Festival we thought up an alternative cheap and accessible solution that allowed us to create some of the functionality of locative media for just a few euros. How it works Voicemail stories consisted of 10 different phonenumbers that...
Wireless Festival 2006

Wireless Festival 2006

In September 2006 we organised our first and perhaps biggest project: a “Wireless Festival” in the center of Utrecht which explored the merging of mobile communication and city life. The festival lasted a full two weeks. The original festival website is still online, and hosts more pictures. Another visual overview can be found here. Installations...