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“WebComrades conquering the U.S.”

The Belgian press is also noticing our efforts in the U.S. on bike share and more:

As requested by many, here’s…
– the full page article in Gazet van Antwerpen on Friday October, 4th, 2013. (download)
– the article on Bike apps (and more) in De Nieuwe Antwerpenaar (link)
– the article on Bay Area Bike in the San Francisco Examiner (link)
– the article on New York City Bike in Transportation Nation (link)

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Under the hood: RT60

When we got the request to build an app to measure the RT60 value with an iPhone, my first thought was: “RT60, you say?” Right. I had no idea what it was, let alone how to measure it. I was told it was measuring a “machinegun”-sound, followed by some simple Excel-kinda-calculation to get the RT60 result.

Well, it turned out to be a little different. But we dug in deep and shot on sight. This is the story of a battle against Fourier Transformations, ANSI S1.11-2004 and audio ring buffering.

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