Soundscape Digital Archive for Content Creators: An example of “Komaki Kodomo Miraikan”
presentationposted on 25.03.2022, 05:37 authored by Sumire Sakamoto, Wasuke Hiiragi
Since background music is an element of content that is acquired through the sense of hearing, we feel uncomfortable in situations where we do not hear sound continuously from the visible scenery. As background music is an element of content acquired from the sense of hearing, people feel uncomfortable in situations where they cannot hear sound continuously from the visible scenery. The author has been involved in a project to create permanent projection contents for Komaki Children's Miraikan in Komaki City, Aichi Prefecture since his third year as an undergraduate, and has been planning and producing video contents with background music. By using soundscapes, the author believes that it is possible to enhance the reality and realism of the contents at a low cost since the sound is collected from the actual world.
In this presentation, I will explain the metadata and search method of the actual recorded soundscape data, and propose a digital archive for content creators under construction.