Sonic Microscope (exhibition)

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Sonic Microscope (exhibition). Kar, Shreyasi (Author); Niinimäki, Matti (Other). 2019. Dublin : Science Gallery DublinEvent: Open Labs, Science Gallery Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

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Kar, S & Niinimäki, M, Sonic Microscope (exhibition), 2019, Exhibition, Science Gallery Dublin, Dublin.

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Kar, S. (Author), & Niinimäki, M. (Other). (2019). Sonic Microscope (exhibition). Exhibition, Dublin: Science Gallery Dublin.

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title = "Sonic Microscope (exhibition)",
abstract = "Using open-source and DIY electronics, Sonic Microscope translates what it sees into sound. It creates {"}pixel watchers{"} which constantly scan the image for changes in brightness, colour and movement of objects and organisms in the frame.",
keywords = "interactive art, sound art",
author = "Shreyasi Kar and Matti Niinim{\"a}ki",
year = "2019",
month = "3",
day = "14",
language = "English",
publisher = "Science Gallery Dublin",

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