~ Unilateral Talks        
  An Installation by Georg Tremmel and Shiho Fukuhara      
  abstract
concept

Unilateral TalksPrintable Version: Unilateral_Talks.tif [3.8M], Unilateral_Talks.tif.sit [3.3M],
  The words understood and spoken during the exhibition
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Picture and Movies from the RCA Interaction Design Interimshow 2003 Voice of America's Special English in Backup-Naur Form
  1.17.2003.0.37.38.txt
1.17.2003.10.17.19.txt
1.17.2003.14.49.24.txt
1.19.2003.11.11.24.txt
1.20.2003.15.56.22.txt
1.23.2003.17.24.41.txt
1.23.2003.17.40.36.txt
1.23.2003.18.30.22.txt
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ordnung_must_be.txt  
           



1.17.2003.0.37.38.txt
1.17.2003.10.17.19.txt
1.17.2003.14.49.24.txt
1.19.2003.11.11.24.txt
1.20.2003.15.56.22.txt
1.23.2003.17.24.41.txt
1.23.2003.17.40.36.txt
1.23.2003.18.30.22.txt
 
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ordnung_must_be.txt
 

Picture and Movies from the RCA Interaction Design Interimshow 2003
georg+.jpg (img by tiago)
Unilateral-Talks01.mov 20.2M
Unilateral-Talks02.mov 1.3M
Unilateral-Talks03.mov 6.6M
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Unilateral-Talks11.mov 9.3M
Unilateral-Talks12.mov 7.1M
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Unilateral-Talks14.mov 64.5M

speakback.txt


 
And I thought I was mistaken
And I thought I heard you speak

neu.ordnung.blau.montag 3.45 - 3.52





repeat after me
hearsay
speakback
backspeak

heardsaid
bespoken
spoke
will speak
hearing/saying

say
said
hear heard

say say say uhuhuhu


doublespeak


one computer (listen and speak)
or 2  listen (1) and speak (1)  hmm

communication...



. communication == speaking. human/ computer communication. koennen computer ntereinandersprechen. koennen sie miteinender singen und kantieren. (reden) monotone wortgesaenge.)>?

was will ich, wie kann ich dazu different sein, verschieden. was interssiert mich, ws ist die frage, die ich beantworten moecjhte.?>



	das verstehen. (nicht alles wird verstanden/ nicht alles soll verstanden werden. eine absichtlichs filter/reduzieren des vocabulars.


(das scheitern, das ewige, das schwindliche)





abgrenzung
kein netzwerk, sondern einmaliches hoeren, sprechen.?

hoeren (verstehen) sprechen (?)
	ist das verstehen ein notwendigkeit des sprechesn? oder kann ich auch sprechen, indem ich nur hore.

	(chinese room, turing test, doctor roger eliza)
	
	
	
	
was beweist es? was moechte ich beweisen?

.. dass das verhaeltniss computer-mensch principiell auf missverstaendissen besteht.

.. dass

woerter, gedanken, reduzierng.
(principiell offen).
(pricipeiell denkbar , dass de darunerliegenden muster sichtbarere werden. die moeglichkeiten muessen vorhanden sein, wenn auch  unterbewusst.




was ist doe ptrincipielle offenheit bei speakback. was koennte damit passieren? was kann ich damit machen? kann es mich ueberraschen?




speakback
backspeak
backspeech
loopspeech

roundspeak
loopspeak
loopwords
looptxt
looptexture
textloop
textureloop
loopspeak



simple signal proceessing.

imagine one speaker speaking into microphone.

img these words translated from speech to text.

img text

img delay

img text to speech

img this speech coming out of a loadspeaker opposite the microphone.




hearsay
speakback
backspeak
doublespeal
repeat after me. (i ll be comming 




whereof one cannot, thereof one must
whereof
thereof


rory  hamilton:" A microphone takes in speech, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), 

the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), 

the text is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), 

the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, that speech is
translated by the computer into text (using only the words available in
the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the
computer into the microphone, that speech is translated by the computer
into text (using only the words available in the "Voice of America"
dictionary), the text is then read aloud by the computer into the
microphone, that speech is translated by the computer into text (using
only the words available in the "Voice of America" dictionary), the text
is then read aloud by the computer into the microphone, "



max v2;
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#P user ubumenu 252 101 100 196617 0 1 1;
#X add Agnes;
#X add Agnes high quality;
#X add Albert;
#X add Bad News;
#X add Bahh;
#X add Bells;
#X add Boing;
#X add Bruce;
#X add Bruce high quality;
#X add Bubbles;
#X add Cellos;
#X add Deranged;
#X add Fred;
#X add Good News;
#X add Hysterical;
#X add Junior;
#X add Kathy;
#X add Pipe Organ;
#X add Princess;
#X add Ralph;
#X add Trinoids;
#X add Victoria;
#X add Victoria high quality;
#X add Whisper;
#X add Zarvox;
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#P connect 9 0 1 0;
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#X flags 0 0;
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