The Third Woman: Technology







    images: Wearable sound art by Cliona Harmey and Barry Roshto







Mscape experimental software was adapted by John Collomose and Eamonn O'Neill of the Computing Department at Bath University to work automatically on preloaded smart phones. Martin Rieser developed a downloadable set of videos connected to this site, accessible using most forms of free barcode reader software for the majority of mobiles




Rasmus Vuiori developed a responsive wifi selection system which works on all smart pphones through a browser connection.




The University of Augsburg began developing emotion sensing routines for mobile displays based on heart-rate and galvanic skin responses for the project. These will be further adapeted in the second phase of the project.






Visualisation of original U-Bahn Testing









Barry Roshto and Cliona Harmey have created sound landscapes based on Herzian signals picked up around Vienna using electronic sniffers, which will be staged with surround sound technologies in the Tonsor passagein the Vienna Museums Quarter. Barry Roshto has composed a number of thematic ring tones symphonics based on the genetic sequences of bacteria sampled in the city.





Anna Dumitriu sampled bacterial sources around the city and decoded them into genetic sequences in the laboratory to inform the sound compositions




Margarete Jahrmann and Renate Christian designed a series of wearable semacode and QR code fashion which can be photographed on the model with mobile phones to connect to online sound image and video. Reader Software by Christoph





Visualisation of QR reading and film modules