Datamoshing is the process of manipulating the data of media files in order to achieve visual or auditory effects when the file is decoded.

A Toronto based software developer, father, writer, musician, motorcyclist and hardware hacker, Phil Tucker is constantly putting technology to work in new and ingenious ways. He’s also contributed content to and been featured on blogs such as Engadget, Gizmodo, Hack-a-Day, MAKE, and the award winning Canadian tech blog, Sync.

If Phil’s not programming, playing music, modifying a new gadget or sailing the Great Lakes then there’s really no telling what he’s up to.