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Locating experience: Touring a pervasive performance
: Chamberlain, A.; Oppermann, L.; Flintham, M.; Benford, S.; Tolmie, P.; Adams, M.; Farr, J.R.; Tandavanitj, N.; Marshall, J.; Rodden, T.
|Personal and ubiquitous computing 15 (2011), No.7, pp.717-730|
| Journal Article|
|Fraunhofer FIT ()|
Touring location-based experiences is challenging, as both content and underlying location services must be adapted to each new setting. A study of a touring performance called Rider Spoke as it visited three different cities reveals how professional artists developed a novel approach to these challenges in which users drove the co-evolution of content and the underlying location service as they explored each new city. We show how the artists iteratively developed filtering, survey, visualization, and simulation tools and processes to enable them to tune the experience to the local characteristics of each city. Our study reveals how by paying attention to both content and infrastructure issues in tandem, the artists were able to create a powerful user experience that has since toured to many different cities.