Recent Press: Tech Transforms Audio Tours
Viewpoints: Body Language at the Met
“The idea of launching your body back,
without seeing, is liberating
but also terrifying.”
—Francesca Harper, dancer
App in Progress: Revolutions at the Computer History Museum
Earprint and the Computer History Museum are hard at work on an app that features exhibit highlights, oral histories with computing pioneers, and navigation aids.
New FAMSF Soundscape App
VOICE: FAMSF – a location-triggered mobile soundscape app that combines commentary from museum experts and community members for a new kind of immersive, participatory visitor experience of the de Young and the Legion of Honor’s outdoor sculptures.
Relax and listen. Earprint is working on an audio cafe table and storytelling benches to bring audio to public spaces. The challenge is to create spaces where people can sit back, listen, and tune everything else out.
Earprint at AAM Conference 2014
Earprint sent Jason Reinier to AAM to present on a panel about engaging with community stakeholders.
This Spring Earprint hosted a workshop for Museum Studies Graduate Students from the University of San Francisco. Over the course of the day, the students made an audio tour of San Francisco’s Mission Creek neighborhood.