7 episodes

Neutrinowatch broadcasts daily from a series of parallel timelines which have 32% (± 7%) in common with our own reality. Episodes are updated every day—stream or re-download each episode daily for a slightly modified user-experience. [Neutrinowatch is a generative experimental fiction podcast created and coded by Martin Zaltz Austwick and Jeff Emtman. Thanks to James Coglan for technical advice]

Neutrinowatch Jeff Emtman and Martin Austwick

    • Fiction
    • 4.6 • 13 Ratings

Neutrinowatch broadcasts daily from a series of parallel timelines which have 32% (± 7%) in common with our own reality. Episodes are updated every day—stream or re-download each episode daily for a slightly modified user-experience. [Neutrinowatch is a generative experimental fiction podcast created and coded by Martin Zaltz Austwick and Jeff Emtman. Thanks to James Coglan for technical advice]

    The Zookeeper, the Bartender, and the Seafarer [Waves]

    The Zookeeper, the Bartender, and the Seafarer [Waves]

    Waves move through this story, somewhat governed by the gravitational action of the moon. That means at certain times of the month, some parts are going to be submerged, unfortunately. That’s just what happens when you write a piece involving the sea. I can’t stand around shouting at it like a podcaster version of Canute. It won’t make any difference. 

    [Created by Jeff Emtman with help from Martin Austwick
    With thanks to Lily Sloane and Ross Sutherland
    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter]

    • 11 min
    The Daily Blast [Almanac]

    The Daily Blast [Almanac]

    Wendy and her friend have a daily conference call to share the news. It’s always better to hear bad news from a friendly source.
    [Created by Jeff Emtman with help from Martin Austwick
    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter]

    • 1 min
    The World Outside My Window [Song a Day]

    The World Outside My Window [Song a Day]

    It’s a song called The World Outside My Window. Every day the words and music are slightly different from the day before.
    It contains a Garden of Branching Lyrical Paths - but somehow we always get back to the same place. Sometimes we have to go through a probabilistic journey inspired by Quantum Computing to find our way home.
    (There are over a million possible variations of this song. Which one did you get?)

    Credits:
    [Created by Martin Austwick with help from Jeff Emtman. 
    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter]

    • 4 min
    Wendy, Watch The Stars [Almanac]

    Wendy, Watch The Stars [Almanac]

    Welcome to Skyjazz! Each night, Wendy and John broadcast live from a stadium in a different city of the world to tell you all about the stars and planets you can see above your heads - and, as ever, we start the show with a listener question!

    [Created by Martin Austwick based on an original idea by Jeff Emtman. 

    With thanks to Lily Sloane.

    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter]

    • 7 min
    Gus Hommes Has Creative Differences [Song a Day]

    Gus Hommes Has Creative Differences [Song a Day]

    An acquaintance from John’s wild years reaches out to share demos of his new concept album. 
    [Created by Jeff Emtman with help from Martin Austwick. 
    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter
    Transcript: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mvx6dadimo5133n/Gus%20Hommes%20Has%20Creative%20Differences%20%5BSong%20a%20Day%5D.html?dl=0]

    • 3 min
    The Most Popular Podcast In The Universe, Tomorrow [Almanac]

    The Most Popular Podcast In The Universe, Tomorrow [Almanac]

    Physicist John Welles shares his latest neutrino detection research news in this daily podcast. 

    [Made by Martin Austwick with help from Jeff Emtman 

    Find us at neutrino.watch and @neutrinowatch on twitter.
    Episode Transcript: https://www.dropbox.com/s/91zp88uv1afll08/The%20Most%20Popular%20Podcast%20In%20The%20Universe%2C%20Tomorrow%20%5BAlmanac%5D.txt?dl=0]

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

THIS IS JEFFPARDY! ,

It keeps surprising me.

I find it hard to describe what exactly Neutrinowatch is. Martin and I kind of started it as a proof-of-concept, just to make sure the technology behind generative podcasting worked. It did and that's pretty neat in and of itself. But now, I do keep re-downloading the episodes daily, just to see what John, Wendy, Gus, and Ivan have been up to while I've been sleeping. Keep finding surprises. Hope you do too.

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Too much music?

I am up for an adventure. When I heard the description of what this would be, I was intrigued, like a choose your own adventure where you don’t get to make the choices. So I was all in for the journey. The problem really has nothing to do with the content, I guess, because I can’t hear most of the content over the background music. Creators should take a listen to what they’re making on an iPhone. With no way to adjust the background down to being in the background, I guess I’ll keep listening to random mumblings behind strange music? I guess? Love the idea, but the execution might need tweaking.

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