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(From Nottingham Evening Post)
A UNIVERSITY of Nottingham student has created a piece of digital artwork to monitor the ecosystem of the Brazilian rainforest.
A Conversation Between Trees is led by PhD student Rachel Jacobs, who is also the artistic director of Nottingham-based art installation company, Active Ingredient.
It uses sensors placed in Mata Atlantica, a Brazilian forest, to collect data about the area's temperature, humidity, light, decibels, colour and CO2.
These measurements are then converted using computer software into a visual image.
Sensors in UK forests will do the same, meaning the two images can be compared when …