RFID Audiobar

RFID Audiobar
technology
Industrial Brand
  • 22 january 2007

The Museum for Contemporary Art Roskild comissioned Mogens Jacobsen to come up with a new and varied way to present the museum’s “vast archive of sound-art.”

Jacobsen responded by creating Hørbar, a “physical bar-like social environment that enables visitors to interact with sounds via RFID tagged bottles.”

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