PhD student Halley Profita and PRA Nick Farrow win Best in Show at the ISWC design exhibition for “Flutter”

Flutter is a T-shirt that embeds a network of microphones into a shirt to detect the direction of sounds and display them via vibrating winglets on the shirt’s surface. Each microphone locally performs a Fast-Fourier-Transform (FFT) to determine frequencies and their amplitude of incoming sounds. This information is then shared between microphones to detect the position of the strongest sample. More information is available here.