Motivated by observations during our field study with the blind community within the In Situ Audio Services (ISAS) project, we were intrigued by the possibility of rendering for them an acoustic description of physical art forms as an analogue to the experience that sighted individuals receive as they walk down the street or visit a museum.
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This project was possible thanks to the Strategic Innovation Fund award from the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT). The project was developed at CIRMMT and the Shared Reality Lab led by Jeremy Cooperstock.
Audible Sculptures 2012