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.
This video shows how it works.
OSSTS uses 3D acoustic room models, a 3D loudspeaker projection system, binaural headphone rendering, video projection and a continuum from sound-reality to sound-fiction. The concept and sound composition of OSSTS was created by composer Natasha Barrett and the installation room designed Birger Sevaldson and the OCEAN Design Research Association. The installation is produced by the OCEAN design research association.