A beautiful and exotic seashell?

On Fri, 9 Dec 2016, 16:29 ANDREW STUCK, <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi GEM land

On Wednesday we are launching a Listening Safari called Sounding out Greenwich and we are on the look out for fun accessories and prompts that we can encourage participants to get listening more conscientiously.  I have managed to borrow four stethoscopes (the original contact mic) - but wondered if Gemmers had suggestions for other (in)appropriate hearing aids?


A couple of tin cans connected by a taught string, a listening tube to amplify the noises from the drains, a Fold your Own ear trumpet (I made that one up), a glass tumbler for listening to what the neighbours are saying - I know you will think of things.

Many thanks, A

 
ANDREW STUCK
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Rethinking Cities Ltd
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