I’m thrilled to report that I received the final iTunes figures today up until Jan 27. The Notes for Walking app received over 1,200 app downloads during the Festival- 1,227 to be exact. There were also over 1400 unique Junaio channel users during January. And with a steady stream of visitors onsite, many sharing devices in small groups, we estimate the work has experienced high audience numbers- likely to be between 3,000 to 4,000 visitors during the Sydney Festival in January. This is wonderful & really quite amazing news!
Thanks so much to Sydney Festival, Mosman Art Gallery, UTS CMAI, National Parks & Wildlife Service, MOB, UTS FASS, UTS CPCE, all my colleagues & friends, and all of you who came to visit Middle Head & experience the work. And though the signs will come down this week, you can still experience the work either via the app or Junaio- it is still there, living in the ether, for at least a while yet. I will also be producing a version optimised for iPad, for international release, very soon i.e. the next 4 weeks. I will keep you posted at the dedicated site Notes for Walking here:-
Notes for Walking at Middle Head, approaching The Cabin.
Notes for Walking AR screengrab, approaching the Cabin