LOAM (Locative Oral/Audio Media)

LOAM is a mobile platform that allows oral historians, sound artists and others to create immersive locative audio experiences.

The system is currently undergoing prototyping and development as part of my current Masters’ studies.

To find out more, download the the info sheet [pdf]

A number of prototypes have been created as part of the development of LOAM, which are free to download for Android phones:

Almias – Locative, multilayered soundscape at Almscliffe Crag, North Yorkshire.

Holbeck Audio Walk – A LOAM implementation of Simon Bradley’s MA thesis.

Angelystor – Experimental composition for churchyard and mobile media (currently undergoing revision – expected late 2014).

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