Undersound is a new way of sharing music via bluetooth through underground train networks. The basic and simple premise is that specific areas on tube stations will allow users to...

Undersound is a new way of sharing music via bluetooth through underground train networks.

The basic and simple premise is that specific areas on tube stations will allow users to download and upload tracks so that other people can do the same (via their mobile phones). Visual displays will also record and display other information regarding the network and increase a sense of belonging and personal interaction not usually identified with tube travel.

I think they might be missing a trick though – wouldn’t it be cool if the buskers got in on the act? They could leave their tunes at these ‘stations’ to be picked up by commuters (including contact details or website url’s)?

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