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There’s not much that we can do about all the physical matter that’s been designed and built by someone else. It is the way it is. But with the advent of portable devices with GPS, a compass, and a network, … Continue reading →

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Top of the physical real world, it's an augmented reality and adds a new level of creativity and resigned to the everyday world. Most augmented reality uses the smartphones camera He turned the application you at the augmented reality body. Then you look through came right. The now labelled and visible stars. And planets in the daytime sky or another out could Papa. Cool info, graphics, with details about a bridge or a building it still in it. Infancy possibility of experiencing a hidden were on top of the world in front of you, tantalizing and so full of potential, but personally like to augment my reality with sound in there brings us to the musical smartphone app called r J D? J? Weird you know, come by and in the world around you with your listening experience as the founder Hardy Dj Michael broadened Booker, so you know the door closed
and something really amazing acoustically could happen. Robert Thomas is one of our day, DJ, composers, outright. Dj creates what we call reactive music, which he sent me for my music, which changes in relation to what you're doing our J d J is comprised of seeds, which our analogous to songs, but there are more like instructions for songs. There are bits of music code for the phones, own builtin, synthesizer, audio filters, and these are triggered by the user. According to the composers plan for the scene, Kalisz Quantum composing, you think of all these different possible ways that that could be listened to and try to come up with lots of different ways. That will create something very interesting happen in the music when the a sound coming in from the field surrounding is. It is very glad you could have lots of really fine, as kind of gun do do do do do do do do do do Sorry, but so does the accelerometer and opponents the thing that senses movement time spent
listening can be a factor and even GPS data can be incorporated in all stimuli work in concert to create a unique, augmented reality in the way you experienced, your city will be altered from its basic form. I mean you: VE, walked round with music plain in your headphones and felt those moments of musical synchronicity that changed. How saw and felt about your surroundings. Imagine that times a thousand Right now are due to areas mainly ambient pop and structured noise, but imagine what it could be. The world will become a playground for interaction designers. It kind of feels like you're, seeing some in a beauty and everything you know the most famous one that people get that from is essentially a chasm. This kind of her
Monica rely for reality is one problem. I had my wife made from expanding white you both to check out when the scenes for the first time it's it's while still girder, when here still here, I don't like being in a rather than putting on a set of headphones to block out the rest. The world r J D do listeners will plug into a constantly changing unique sounds gave that connects them to what they are doing and where they are, and I imagine walking around San Francisco listening to a matched up, composition, Punkahs pop history of the neighborhood of travelling in the gps will trigger a sell out his Cox Vertigo when I pass through Knob Hell. Aren't you just as we are having right now. The music and the tempo of speed up as a
scurry out of the way of an obnoxious like messenger into the path and unnoticed I'm coming. Cable. My sudden lack of all movement as I lie on the pavement Wallace at a pleasing harmonic, drawn from the Iphone airports which will mix beautifully the sirens. The paramedics as they occur, stop ninety nine percent invisible produced by me, roman Mars, with support from lunar. It's a project of K, L W the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco in the center for architecture and design.
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