Hi all! I’d like to tell you about a new experimental art project I’m working on - with the generous support of @sa2kng and @jebba. It directly involves the SatNOGS network and if you’d like to take part that would be really cool.
The project uses SSTV transmitted via a satellite as a way to generate and distribute new images. It’s also a kind of networked performance with the satellite.
Over the next few months I’ll be providing a series of images which @sa2kng will transmit as SSTV during selected passes. We’ll announce the transmissions in advance and anyone interested can take part by scheduling an observation and receiving the transmitted images. Demodulation instructions are here.
Each received image will be a unique artwork. The noise and glitches acquired during transmission form a visible record of the image’s amazing journey.
The project and received images will be exhibited as part of a major UK solo show of my artwork in summer 2023.
More info soon, any thoughts/questions I’d love to hear from you
@jupitersaturn09@f5rjv Yeah that would be great to have you take part! I’ll post details of upcoming transmissions into this channel and I think @Nikoletta will be making some announcements on social media too
I did a spontaneous transmission earlier today, had some problems with the doppler control that should be fixed by now. I just scheduled a few known good stations, so anyone can try to use these to get the image out. Scheduled 2020-12-05
The wiki isn’t finished yet, but the step you need after getting it tuned in gqrx is to install some sstv decoder software and have it listen to the sound output (you probably need to adjust the mixer and settings).
Hi everyone and thanks for the mention in the 2022 Highlights News article @Nikoletta
My art project is called CU Soon and we will soon be starting transmission of the images (postcards for the satellite) which will be used in my forthcoming art exhibition. Big thanks to @SA2KNG who will be doing the actual transmission.
Details will be posted here as soon as we have some timings sorted. Then anyone who wants can either schedule an observation or extract an image from the SatNOGS data.