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[caption id="attachment_580" align="alignnone" width="465" caption="Network of floating tubes at Pier 35 in the East River."]Network of floating tubes at Pier 35 in the East River.[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_26" align="alignnone" width="465" caption="Texting the fish."]Texting the fish.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_27" align="alignnone" width="465" caption="Prototype of integrated components, no prescription LEXAPRO online, Low dose LEXAPRO, with sensors (input) on the left and lighting (output) on the right. "]Prototype of integrated components, <b>rx free LEXAPRO</b>, <b>LEXAPRO pictures</b>, with sensors (input) on the left and lighting (output) on the right. [/caption]

[caption id="attachment_28" align="alignnone" width="465" caption="Calibrating the lighting."]Calibrating the lighting.[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_29" align="alignnone" width="465" caption="Network of microcontrollers."]Network of microcontrollers.[/caption]

Toward the Sentient City: Amphibious Architecture from Urban Omnibus on Vimeo.

Additional team members:
Jonathan Laventhol
Vernon McDermott
Kevin Wei
Deborah Richards
Chris Woebken
Zenon Tech-Czarny
Abha Kataria
Amelia Black
Cathy Jones
Nicole Dooskin
Terri Bahr
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  1. -1 Vote -1 Vote +1 Sentient City « Museum Design Lab on September 18, 2009

    [...] aquatic beacons that allow you to talk to fish in the bottom of the city’s waterspace. The Amphibious Architecture team immersed several SMS addressable electronic sensors in the bottom of the East River and The [...]

  2. [...] last weekend – Fish ‘n microChips, with Natalie Jeremijenko. We are at the site of the Amphibious Architecture project (a commissioned work for Toward the Sentient City) and “a collaborative project with [...]

  3. [...] Noch bis zum 7. November kann man eine SMS „an Fische“ im East River in New York verschicken. Postwendend bekäme man eine Antwort mit lokalen Sensordaten. Was da an eine unschuldige Travesite des Turingtests erinnert, ist ein öko-ästhetisches Kunstprojekt: Instead of treating the water as a reflective surface to mirror our own image and our own architecture, the project establishes a two-way interface between environments of land and water. (Mehr hier) [...]

  4. [...] Amphibious Architecture is by The Living Architecture Lab at Columbia Uni (formerly The Living) and Natalie Jeremijenko of NYU and elsewhere. It’s a rather beautiful piece of work, comprising two interactive networks of floating tubes, connecting the Bronx River and the East River. The tubes are both sensors and actuators, the latter in the form of LEDs, the former measuring water quality, presence of fish and so on. [...]

  5. [...] was a piece in Amphibious Architecture, where sets of data collecting tubes are set up and then connected to an SMS gateway so that people [...]

  6. [...] Amphibious Architecture – “submerges ubiquitous computing into the water—that 90% of the Earth’s inhabitable volume that envelops New York City but remains under-explored and under-engaged.” [...]

  7. [...] Amphibious Architecture – “submerges ubiquitous computing into the water—that 90% of the Earth’s inhabitable volume that envelops New York City but remains under-explored and under-engaged.” [...]

  8. [...] write-up of that experiment) or texting the fish in the Living Architecture Lab’s “Amphibious Architecture”, but at a mass scale, with, as Ellis suggests, satellites and social networks and smart grids and [...]

  9. [...] |11| Toward the Sentient City [...]

  10. [...] Amphibious architecture was a project in collaboration with artist Natalie Jeremijenko that consisted of a floating installation of water quality sensors, motion sensors and LED lights in New York City waterways. Lights changed colour depending on water quality, such as dissolved oxygen, and flashed when fish passed by. As a way to engage New York citizens in the health of their river, the work was an innovative and educational public art work. Tags: Natalie Jeremijenko, Public Art, technology, Water — [...]

  11. [...] to see exhibition curator Mark Shepard present the “Sentient City Survival Kit.” Amphibious Architecture team member Natalie Jeremijenko and Breakout! team member Anthony Townsend will also be speaking at [...]

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    [...] http://www.sentientcity.net/exhibit/?p=5 [...]

  13. [...] scientists. Five case studies that were part of the exhibition are described and results are given. Amphibious Architecture is a project by New interaction partners for environmental governance. It is a project directed at [...]

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Toward the Sentient City is curated by Mark Shepard and organized by the Architectural League of New York.

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