This dynamic proximity-based radio uses the benefits of hyperlocality to connect people together through a shared like of music. This concept allows for more discrete and informal communication while also actively engaging in the public domain. People can instantly tune into the community radio around them, and experience a whole other level of social interaction that is often unheard in public space.
People Centered Research
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