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"Detour uses a phone’s GPS tracker to guide users on audio tours of neighborhoods, and providing background information and directions as listeners arrive at different landmarks, or “narration triggers.” Each tour takes around an hour to complete, but the actual time depends on the listener’s walking speed. And since it calibrates to your pace, there’s no need to pull out your phone and pause. This keeps the experience seamless and engaging."
is a scholar of emergent media, and a professor of digital technologies and adult education in the Faculty of Education at UOIT in Canada. She is also graduate faculty in the MFA and PhD programs at Transart Institute in Berlin. She is author of Digital Prohibition: Piracy and Authorship in New Media Art (Continuum, 2012) Visit her website here.