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Making music with map data

Link to French Letter's OSM data music page

From the Open Geodata Blog:

Check out a unique use for Open Street Map data: music! From the artist's, French Letter, site on Band Camp: "This is Washington, DC and the surrounding highways remapped in audio. It is an east-west sweep of the city, so it begins with the slow creep of the Potomac River heading southeast and then hits the chaos of the city. North-South values are mapped to pitch."

Open Street Map data is freely available for many uses and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license. 

Also, take a look at a previous Open Street Map post on this blog.

Nov 05, 2009 | Categories: Trivia | jridener


Comment from: Eric B from Messyjax [Visitor]
Eric B from MessyjaxThat looks Pretty neat! I bet that is wicked. i would like to hear it.
01/23/11 @ 12:17
Eric B. from Messyjax Buy Sell Trade Chati am very interested in this.Can this be used as projection imaging?
01/23/11 @ 12:28