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Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia

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Explore Queensland’s rainforests, rivers and reefs through interactive soundscapes and acoustic ecology in Yeppoon.

Launching at the 2017 Queensland Music Festival, Aurality is an augmented reality audio project exploring Queensland’s idyllic rainforests, rivers and reefs through music, sound and acoustic ecology. The app uses GPS points along the coast of Queensland, Australia to trigger audio based on location and movement.

Walk towards the sounds (circles and images) on the map and they will play automatically when you are in the active zone. You can explore the sounds in any order at any time of day. The soundscapes will adapt and evolve throughout the festival.

AURALITY is best experienced wearing headphones.

Share your listening experiences online with #AURALITY and #QMF17

Tweet @LeahBarclay with questions.

Leah Barclay

Leah Barclay

Leah Barclay is an Australian sound artist, composer and researcher working at the intersection of art, science and technology. She specialises in electroacoustic music, acoustic ecology and emerging fields of biology exploring environmental patterns and c...

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