Vinophonics is the project to build a musical instrument that interprets data from a vineyard and the blockchain.
Sensors collect data from a real vinyard and inject them onto the blockchain.Dirt, water, wind, sunlight, heat and cold, are transformed into grapes and wine, but also into numbers that are spread around a decentralized environment. We can then visualize this data on a screen. But we can also listen to this information. And as we hear the numbers from the vineyard, we can understand the environmental changes occurring in that singular plot of land, even from a distance.
And while closing the loop between the physical and the digital world, the data from dirt, wine drops, and digital pulses, turn into musical notes as we interact with the synthesizer that has been designed by the engineer Toni Gutiérrez (creator of the Antonus 2600 synthesizer)