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(Pic) Sound Mapping New York

(Pic) Sound Mapping New York
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Mark Edward Campos creates an interesting audio visualization of the city.

by Plus Aziz
  • 31 august 2010

Mark Edward Campos, an Architecture¬† student at California College of the Arts in San Francisco, created this simple graphic which tracks the operating hours of various sites in New York City using color-coded lines, a circle representing the 24-hour cycle of the day, while the linear graph at the bottom tracks the same data horizontally. Lastly, a given line’s distance from the center informs the viewer how far the venue is from the site where data is being recorded.

To add icing on the cake, Mark created videos ‘sound mapping’ each location, successfully conveying its ambiance.

Mark Edward Campos

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