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This land AR: an Australian music and sound XR installation

Matthias, P, Billinghurst, M and See, ZS ORCID: 0000-0002-6079-176X 2019 , 'This land AR: an Australian music and sound XR installation', in SN Spencer (ed.), Proceedings of the 17th international conference on virtual-reality continuum and its applications in industry , Association for Computing Machinery, New York, pp. 1-2 , doi: 10.1145/3359997.3365740.

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Abstract

This demonstration presents a development of an Augmented Reality (AR) Indigenous music and sound installation, an extended reality (XR) interactive audible experiential approach for augmenting audible elements in a public exhibition setting. It is a transmedia initiative as part of a music project, This Land. The project connected contributors and musicians, involving traditional to contemporary vocal and instrumental sounds. This Land project embraces cultural and social perspectives and related contemporary discourses within the Australia context. As augmented reality was being explored as an on-going study for the project, a number of conventional printed wall design (posters and photograph exhibits) were enhanced with augmented musical and sound elements. This Land project commenced as artistic performative event built around many years of collaboration between staff and students from the School of Creative Industries and the Wollotuka Institute at University of Newcastle (UON). Its vision embraces issues of Indigenisation, decolonisation, reciprocity and language revitalisation. A portable version of This Land AR will be used for the demonstration where users could experience features of the prototype system in the public setting.

Item Type: Conference Publication
Authors/Creators:Matthias, P and Billinghurst, M and See, ZS
Keywords: technologies, virtual reality, augmented reality, digital humanities, digital heritage
Journal or Publication Title: Proceedings of the 17th international conference on virtual-reality continuum and its applications in industry
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
DOI / ID Number: 10.1145/3359997.3365740
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