10 de Mayo 2007
Sounds Coming to Google Earth
New Scientist Tech reports today on an interesting forthcoming application for Google Earth. This is something we really haven't seen yet for Google Earth. Bernie Krause has spent 40 years in the wild collecting sounds of birds, whales, wind, surf, animals, melting glaciers, and more. His Wild Sanctuary web site gives you a taste of what he has collected. Now Bernie says he wants to make more people aware of human activity on the environment by showing the sounds tied to location. I think this is a great idea. It would be especially effective if there is an elegant way to start up sounds by simply clicking on a placemark..
Krause plans to show 26 different sounds at a demonstration during the Where 2.0 conference - which starts on May 28th. I will be attending, and will definitely report on this when it is available.
The same article mentions the Freesound project has some geotagged sounds. But, the network link for GE doesn't seem to be working at the moment.
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