Location-aware Music Project - Central Park NY

Ryan Holladay  and his brother Hays created the location-based musical experience “Listen to the Light” in Central Park, in which users pursued musical and physical routes during a walk through the park.

Location-aware music is Ryan and Hays Holladay’s exploration of music that is composed and mapped to a landscape and that can only be experienced within the designated coordinates of a physical space. Designed for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, location-aware music discards the passive listening experience and invites the user to explore a terrain musically as they move throughout a space. Musical passages and pockets of sound are spread across a terrain — geo-tagged to various landmarks, paths and spaces that blend seamlessly as the listener traverses the area.

http://www.bluebra.in/

Good views from High Line!!

Good views from High Line!!


High Line Park Section 2, Warehouse Bleachers
love it!
NYC o Las Vegas???

NYC o Las Vegas???

Sunny day in Manhattan…

Sunny day in Manhattan…

Lower East Side fire escapes and brickwork. New York City.

Lower East Side fire escapes and brickwork. New York City.

A visual art student filmed a New York City intersection (Park Avenue and 28th Street), in an attempt to show “long-standing bad habits — such as pedestrians jaywalking, cyclists running red lights, and motorists plowing through crosswalks.”

woww que perspectiva!!

Williamsburg Bridge at dusk on Flickr.
Love it!! l have crossed several times:)

Williamsburg Bridge at dusk on Flickr.

Love it!! l have crossed several times:)


Dakota Building…una leyenda mediática, intelectual, artística y negra:)


http://tejiendoelmundo.wordpress.com/2010/01/10/la-leyenda-negra-del-dakota-el-edificio-maldito-de-nueva-york/

Dakota Building…una leyenda mediática, intelectual, artística y negra:)

http://tejiendoelmundo.wordpress.com/2010/01/10/la-leyenda-negra-del-dakota-el-edificio-maldito-de-nueva-york/

Rivington between Orchard and Ludlow part of the “All The Buildings in New York” project from artist James Gulliver Hancock

More at http://allthebuildingsinnewyork.blogspot.com/

Rivington between Orchard and Ludlow 
part of the “All The Buildings in New York” project 
from artist James Gulliver Hancock

More at http://allthebuildingsinnewyork.blogspot.com/