Reflection on Writing and Presenting a Conference Paper

Link to paper:  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336171045_The_Audible_Artefact_Promoting_Cultural_Exploration_and_Engagement_with_Audio_Augmented_Reality The Audio Mostly 2019 conference provided me with a relevant and convenient platform through which I could present an outline of my PhD research activity to date. Convenient, and also economical, as this year it was… read more

Reflection on Writing and Presenting a Conference Paper

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

Audio Augmented Reality (AAR): Investigating the potentials

Most of my focus has been around Augmented Sound Reality/Augmented Audio Reality (ASR/AAR) and its application within a cultural context, namely a museum or gallery. I’ve found some literature on and around this subject, had a look at some existing… read more

Audio Augmented Reality (AAR): Investigating the potentials

Augmented Sound Reality (ASR) with the Web Audio API?

I think the Web Audio API remains the most attractive option at the moment for realising a mobile Augmented Sound Reality (ASR) system, due to the fact that it is pretty well supported across most platforms now, and I like… read more

Augmented Sound Reality (ASR) with the Web Audio API?