“Auras” for “Words for Water”
As promised, here are the map images from Transreal Topologies exhibition that will trigger video via an augmented media application – Aurasma. See the instructions to access the ‘auras’ below the images.
The map images document an aerial journey of the Murray River and identify the river as a body by naming each image as a chakra.
Instructions to view Augmented Reality (AR) feature
The maps featured in Words for Water use AR. To view it you must have a Internet enabled device running iOS or Android (tablet or smartphone).
You must also have the “Aurasma” app installed.
Please note: works best on iPad (iOS).
To install Aurasma:
- Search for and download the “Aurasma” app in Google Play or the Apple App Store
- Launch the app, click on the “A” symbol at the bottom of the screen, then click on the magnifying glass icon
- In the search box, type in “bytetime” and click “Search”
- Select the channel titled “bytetime” then click “Follow” to follow the channel.
Now you are ready to view the work. When you are in front of one of the maps, or viewing the blog maps hold your device in front of the map to watch it animate. Any time you want to view the work in future, simply launch Aurasma, and it will be ready to go.
Note: Make sure you are connected to the Internet and you have your sound up to fully experience the work.
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