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    Title: 研究與建置音樂樹道以實現無線感測網路在公共藝術空間的應用
    Other Titles: The study and construtcion of a sound tree sidewalk by using wireless sensor networks in public art
    Authors: 施宏樺;Shih, Hung-hua
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士在職專班
    石貴平;Shih, Kuei-ping
    Keywords: 無線感測網路;Octopus II;TinyOS;Arduino;公共藝術;WSNs;Octopus II;TinyOS;Arduino;Public art
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 17:35:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 無線感測網路的應用越來越廣泛,例如居家安全、醫療監控、環境監測…等等,但是在藝術上的應用卻是少得可憐,我們希望透過無線感測網路的加入,進而可以帶給公共藝術空間更生動活潑的環境,我們以無線模組Octopus II配合環境感測器以及音樂模組,組成一個環境感測播放節點,建置在人行樹道當中,成為一音樂樹道,以此研究作為初步建議雛型可以有多種不同的創新開發,應用在公共藝術之中,刺激台灣人文藝術創意產業發展,並帶動觀光產業,目前已應用在與台北藝術大學合作計畫案"無線感測器網路在人文科藝休閒創意空間之應用與研究"中。
    The applications of Wireless Sensor Networks(WSNs) have been widely utilized, ex. home safety, medical control, environmental monitoring, etc. However, its application in art is so scarce. By adding the Wireless Sensor Networks(WSNs), we intend to make the public art space become a more vivid and exuberant environment further. By means of the wireless modules combined with environment sensors and music modules, the environmental sensing broadcast node is formed and established on a tree sidewalk; thus, a musical tree sidewalk is composed. Primary suggestions about the prototypes are gained from this study, in which various kinds of different innovation and developments can be attained, which can be applied to public art, for stimulating the development of Taiwan’s Cultural and Creative Industry, and for promoting the tourism industry. At present, it has been applied to “The Study and the Application of Wireless Sensor Networks in Humanities and Creative Leisure Space”, a project under the collaboration with Taipei National University of the Arts.
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