Welcome to the Audiovista Project
An “Audiovista” is a sequence of 360° images accompanied by narration or other recorded audio.
When it’s viewed using a virtual reality system such as a Google Cardboard headset, the Audiovista can be a powerful way to transport a viewer to a different time and place. It’s a great platform for many educational purposes.
If you've made an Audiovista you'd like to add to this list, please email rzachari at andrew.cmu.edu with a link.
How to make your own!
Here is a video tutorial walking through the process of using iMovie to make an Audiovista for sharing on YouTube.
Here is a video tutorial walking through the process of using Windows Movie Maker to make an Audiovista for YouTube.
To make your own Audiovista, you will need a camera that can capture 360° images (such as a Ricoh Theta or LG 360), and some way of recording audio (a smartphone works fine for this, or you can use a digital audio recorder for higher quality sound).
Development of the Audiovista project was done by the Fluency Project of CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.