OSSTS: Oslo Sound Space Transport System
An OCEAN project
Concept, sound, composition and audio programming and sensor design: Natasha Barrett
The project is sponsored by
OSSTS opening reception Tuesday 20th November 17.00 Gallery AHO, Maridalsveien 29.
The Oslo Sound Space Transport System (OSSTS) is an interactive sound-space installation that allows you to journey through Oslo's real acoustic architecture and explore surreal and fictional Oslo-inspired sound-spaces. An interactive interface provides complete freedom to travel where you wish, as well as in real-time hear your own voice as if you were in these real spaces.
The projects main funding was by the Cultural Council of Norway through an application by OCEAN. The first half was the financing of a one year long composition and sound creation project. The second half was funding for the construction of the installation space, interface and sound system.
Pictures from the sound recordings on sites. These are both 3D sound recordings and impulse responce recordings capturing a virtual model of the accoustics at the site.
Oslo Opera House
Oslo Central Station
Pictures from the construction: