Horror-Fi Me: An audio augmented reality cinematic soundscape experience

Artist Janet Cardiff, who is perhaps best known for her soundwalks, along with sound studies theorist Michael Bull, both demonstrate how cinematic experiences can be realised through the augmenting of everyday life with mobile audio content delivery technologies [3, 4,… read more

Horror-Fi Me: An audio augmented reality cinematic soundscape experience

Sonic Maps

A sonic map, which incorporates interactive spatialised audible locations, represents an advancement in the genre of sound mapping. Where, within sound maps, locations are tagged or marked with links to either external or embedded audio content relevant in some way… read more

Sonic Maps

Materialising Contexts: virtual soundscapes for real world exploration

Abstract This article presents the results of a study based on a group of participants’ interactions with an experimental sound installation at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, UK. The installation used audio augmented reality to attach virtual… read more

Materialising Contexts: virtual soundscapes for real world exploration

The Audible Artefact: Promoting Cultural Exploration and Engagement with Audio Augmented Reality

ABSTRACT This paper introduces two ongoing projects where audio augmented reality is implemented as a means of engaging museum and gallery visitors with audio archive material and associated objects, artworks and artefacts. It outlines some of the issues surrounding the… read more

The Audible Artefact: Promoting Cultural Exploration and Engagement with Audio Augmented Reality