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This paper describes the Audio Hallway, a virtual acoustic environment for browsing collections of related audio files. The user travels up and down the Hallway by head motion, passing "rooms" alternately on the left and right sides. Emanating from each room is an auditory collage of "braided audio" which acoustically indicates the contents of the room. Each room represents a broadcast radio news story, and the contents are a collection of individual "sound bites" or actualities related to thatdoi:10.1145/288392.288597 dblp:conf/uist/Schmandt98 fatcat:4e2j53puznfyjp23desadjfehq