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Overview


Co~Design

Workshops

Overview


Co~Design

Workshops

 

AugOrg Research

INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOPS & RESEARCH 

The production phase of AUGORG focused not only on the creation of assets but also interdisciplinary processes and workshop modules integrating the following areas of research: 

 

Sonochromaticism

As an AUGORG collaborator & associate Neil Harbisson's sonochromatic scale and audiovisual spectrum files have been integrated as a facet of the audiovisual and experiential designs of the AUGORG project outcomes.

Sonochromatism or sonochromatopsia a neurological phenomenon in which colours are perceived as sounds. The phenomenon is created by the union between a brain and a colour-to-sound software or chip. The term was coined by Neil Harbisson to differentiate his experience of colour from people with chromesthesia or colour-to-sound synesthesia.


The Technology & Mythology of Transmedia

The Fusionist Mindset of Transmedia Story Architecture bridges physical & digital environments. These evolving narrative landscapes inform new processes, agile production ethos & flexible outcomes for both the digital & physical world & the augmentation of both. 

AUGORG examines technological transhuman & post human concepts as well as mythological psychology including animal, human and plant archetypes, rites of passage, ceremony, ritual and healing. 


Communication

 AUGORG explores forms of active listening to environment as a distinct aspect of communication. Utilising technologies of today & tomorrow including 360 videography and photography, developments in AR (Augmented Reality), VR (Virtual Reality) and MR (Mixed Reality) as tools to guide us back to the wisdom of Mother Earth as the effects of digital communication & networking is profoundly affecting the nature of non-digital communication, relationships and environments.


Biomagnetics

The field of Biomagnetics defines and explores examples of naturally occurring or artificially created magnetic fields and different organisms' relationships to these magnetic fields.