AtmosActions: An Interactive Audiovisual Installation for a Human/Weather Interface

Okumura, Hiromi; Williams, Valerie; Kirby, Jenn; Jobson, Thomas B and Vaughan, Joseph. 2022. 'AtmosActions: An Interactive Audiovisual Installation for a Human/Weather Interface'. In: Data Art for Climate Action. Hong Kong 21-26 February 2022. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Abstract or Description

Atmospheric Interactions is a real-time audiovisual installation which uses meteorological data collected from a weather station with instruments mounted to a 10-meter tower atop the PACCAR building at the Laboratory for Atmospheric Research (LAR) at Washington State University in WA, USA. Three artists worked with two atmospheric scientists to realize the project. The weather data is visualized and sonified in real-time. The aims are to reconnect people with their local weather and with weather in other parts of the world, and to support their engagement with climate change.

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Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

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Music > Unit for Sound Practice Research


15 October 2021Accepted
21 February 2022Published

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Hong Kong

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21-26 February 2022

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04 Jan 2023 14:35

Last Modified:

09 Jan 2023 11:32


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