[Book chapter] Audio Augmented Reality For Interactive Soundwalks, Sound Art and Music Delivery

Forthcoming book chapter by Dafna Naphtali and Richard Rodkin for Foundations in Sound Design for Interactive Media, Vol 2. edited by Michael Filimowicz. Publish date 7/12/19.

ABSTRACT

Locative Media is an established musical/sound art practice with a rich and diverse history encompassing many musical styles and genres. With the advent of the smartphone and sophisticated tracking systems, Audio Augmented Reality has emerged as an effective way to produce highly interactive and widely distributable works.  Using their own work as a backdrop, the authors discuss approaches and decision points for building an AAR system as well as the considerations that composers must work through to capitalize on the technology and create a truly engaging, interactive experience for the listener.

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