A special camera tracks the readers exact eye movements, which makes the sound experience adapt to the readers style of reading.
While the main goal at isle audio is the creation of high quality audio content for electronic literature, the tools we develop provide
authors and readers alike with a new set of creative possibilites, which help to create an immersive reading - and listening - experience.
David Hill began to study "Music Design" at Trossingen Music University in 2012. Ever since he worked on sound and code for interactive applications, multi-channel audio installations, films and games.
Benedikt Sailer studied "Recording Arts" at California State University Monterey Bay and "Music Design" at Trossingen Music University. Since 2012 he was part of a series of productions in various fields, focusing on music production and software prototyping.
Grischa Kursawe began to study "Music Design" at Trossingen Music University in 2012. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in education he is mainly working as mixing/mastering engineer, producer and sound artist.