Listening to Digital Dust

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

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