[un]wired by Jesse Allison, John Fillwalk and Keith Kothman is a processing network visualizer that responds to interactions from personal radio-frequency devices such as mobile phones, WiFi signals, Bluetooth signals and car-key fobs. It tracks real-time statistical information from wireless access points (designed for seamless handoff of moving wireless traffic, like a cell phone network), along with periodically updated information from hand-held and wireless access points. The interactions then appear in sound and shapes on the screen. Users interacting with the piece can then visually see their interaction live on screen. The control information is collected from network services via the MySQL database and transferred into Max/MSP/Jitter. [un]wired was exhibited at SIGGRAPH Asia 2008 in Singapore.

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