Mapping Noise and Voices in the Tenderloin

What would happen if you hung sound sensors above the street in the Tenderloin, and then mapped the noise levels over two and a half days?

You can see the pulsing decibel levels yourself, via the TenderNoise project, and then check out its sister site, TenderVoice, which allows you to browse geographically through interviews with Tenderloin service providers. 

Both projects were part of this weekend's City Centered Festival, an

exploration of “locative media” and technology.

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