Walk LogPosted: 07/31/2012
Sherloc is a bicycle-mounted roving detective kit for urban investigation. Taking transects through a city, it records GPS coordinates, light, humidity, sound levels, and airborne particulate concentrations. This data is brought into Grasshopper through gHowl or LunchBox components where it provides a means to visualize these wild urban energies as a medium for constructing weather. This building scale data is a key addition to the context provided by the NOAA and Weather Underground.
Here is Sherloc’s maiden voyage through some not-so-urban lawns and pastures near Batesville, Virginia.