OUTSHIFT invite audiences to navigate outdoor sites on foot using moving image shot from the point of view of a walker. We merge stories about places with live landscapes, nudging outdoor locations into immersive story-worlds. We are interested in human navigation and the connection between perception, environment and behaviour.
Innovations include using sets of paper flick books as point-of-view navigation tools and mutoscopes installed in situ as hand-cranked augmented-reality. These ideas led to the Quizzer, a lo-fi AR device.