The Sonic Landscape

Project Update (Oct 2nd) VIDEO

Project Update (Oct 2nd 2010) from Guy Evans on Vimeo. Short video showing the updated design for my university project. Please see earlier blog posts for more details on this project. (I replaced the previous video with this new version, fixed a few glitches with incorrect colours being displayed on the map regarding the Pachube […]

Pachube/Current Cost (Composition)

Current Cost Composition from Guy Evans on Vimeo. Haven’t updated this blog for a few weeks due to illness, so thought i had better give an update on the various things i’ve been working on. I mentioned in my previous post’s how i had managed to cut my energy usage quite dramatically (and easily) by […]

Current cost meter (past 4 days)

I’ve been using my current cost meter for the past few days and thought i would post a few screenshots of how i’ve managed to reduce my energy usage and lower my carbon footprint. Since buying the current cost meter i’ve been able to see which appliances waste the most energy, which has in turn, […]

Pachube controlled Glockenspiel (Work in progress)

I finally got my ebay parcel of components yesterday and i now hope to incorporate many of the parts into the next phase of my Pachube project. I was lucky to win this item on ebay, which consists of 3 glockenspiels and a huge amount of solenoids, capacitors, diodes, relays, potentiometers, buttons, switches, PCB board, […]

Current Cost meter (update)

Realtime electricity usage & CO2 emissions, using PachuDial (app by pachube). Got my data cable for my current cost meter a few days ago and i’m now uploading my realtime energy usage to Pachube (click here to view my feeds). I’ve already updated my Max/Msp patch to incorporate my own energy usage and its quite […]

Current Cost meter

(images courtesy of http://www.currentcost.co.uk/) I finally got my Current Cost Meter (CC128) delivered this morning and I have to say, it really is a great tool for monitoring energy usage around the home. It only took a few minutes to set it up and get it all working. I connected the wireless transmitter to my […]

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