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Artful Media: The Sonic Nomadic: Exploring Mobile Surround-Sound Interactions

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3 Author(s)
Nigel Helyer ; Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia ; Daniel Woo ; Francesca Veronesi

AudioNomad consists of a series of cross-disciplinary art and science projects working with the concept of GPS-driven, location-based audio applications. The project's outcomes generally take the form of artworks (interactive installations and exhibits) that let a user or audience experience a virtual audio world. We intend such a world to be perceived as thoug0h it were situated within the real world, so that the user experiences the synthetic sounds as seeming to originate from real objects. The construction and the experience of AudioNomad soundscapes occur simultaneously in temporal and spatial domains. While the experience of audio is by nature temporal and generally perceived as both continuous and linear, the experience of a spatially constructed soundscape is far less predictable. This situation is complicated by the nature of the content, which references a range of historical and contemporary material.

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IEEE MultiMedia  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 2 )