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Immersive Memory

We contribute to the preservation of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Peru. The preservation of 360 visual scenarios and 3D soundscapes, in multisensory formats, is important to transmit to the new generations the experience of touring the historical spaces of Peru today.

Our collection currently contains 22 immersive videos of approximately 5 minutes each. Our records began in February 2019. So far we have published content from the cities of Arequipa, Cusco, and Lima.

We recommend using headphones for a better spatial listening experience. We also recommend using Google VR cardboards or head-mounted displays to include head movements in the audition during interactive space exploration.


Patronal Festival in Cusco

Arrival of the virgin to the church during the Fiesta of the Virgen del Carmen, commonly called "Mamacha" del Carmen, in Paucartambo, Cusco.


Plaza de armas de cusco

The city of Cusco is the historical capital of Peru. From the Plaza de Armas roads led to the four great territorial divisions of the Inca Empire.


Rejoicing Square

The Plaza del Regocijo comes from the Quechua Kusipata which means "place of joy and joy". Formerly it was part of the Plaza de Armas.


Saint Francis Square

Formerly part of the Plaza de Armas, today this square is a botanical garden with species of trees and shrubs native to Cusco.


Small square of the Nazarenas

This square is located in the old neighborhood of the Inca schools. Its gardens are a peaceful place for recreation and make up a sound oasis.


San Blas square

Located northeast of the Plaza de Armas, this small square is located in the San Blas neighborhood, also known as the Artists' Quarter.


Loreto Street

Intikijllu, the Quechua name of this street, means “alley of the Sun”. This long and narrow street preserves the urban layout of the Inca era.


Plaza de armas de cusco

Around the Plaza de Armas you can see the Cathedral (1559) and the Church of the Company of Jesus (1571), both jewels of Baroque art.


Small square of the Nazarenas

The privileged location of this square allows visitors to enjoy natural sounds that come together in a sound oasis.


Qenqo Forest

Qenqo is a Quechua word that means “labyrinth”. This eucalyptus forest generates a feeling of tranquility with nature.


Mahatma Gandhi Park

Through the long cliff of the Malecón Bernales in the district of San Isidro, a path leads us to the Mahatma Gandhi park facing the sea.


Civil Guard Park

At the end of Avenida Salaverry we find the Parque de la Benemérita Guardia Civil, originally called the Pear of Love.


Friendship Bridge

Joining the districts of Miraflores and San Isidro, the Friendship Bridge offers an excellent view of the seascape of the Costa Verde.


Army-Salaverry crossing

The intersection between Del Ejército and Salaverry avenues is a commercial and residential area. The central berm contains a bike path and a large number of trees.


Arequipa Main Square

The layout of the city of Arequipa starts from its Plaza de Armas, which boasts a majestic cathedral and ancient ashlar buildings, such as the portals.


Yanahuara city sigth

This set of ashlar arches, built during the 19th century, presents an exceptional view of the city of Arequipa and its imposing volcanoes.


Main Square of Lima (1/6)

The central bronze basin was made by Pedro de Noguera in 1651. This sculpture marks the geodesic point of the city of Lima since its foundation.


Main Square of Lima (2/6)

Formerly the gardens of the square were a large piece of land without much paving used for commerce. Currently the Archbishop's Palace can be seen.


Main Square of Lima (3/6)

The Cathedral of Lima was built on top of the Puma Inti Inca temple in 1535. The cathedral has undergone various earthquakes and reconstructions.


Main Square of Lima (4/6)

The portals were built in 1561 using stone and brick arcades. Then they were renovated in 1940 in a neocolonial style.


Main Square of Lima (5/6)

The Municipal Palace was built in 1548. It was then modernized in 1944 with French Renaissance-style architecture.


Main Square of Lima (6/6)

The Government Palace was built in 1535. The tradition of the changing of the guard exhibits marches with soundtracks from the different regions of Peru.


Direction and Production

César D. Salvador

Soundscape Recordings

César D. Salvador

Alfredo Garcia Burga

Ayrton Urviola

Lisset Orihuela Ascarza

Edition of 360 Video and Ambisonics Audio

Julio Alarcón

Historical Research and Literary Script

Lisset Orihuela Ascarza

Media Strategy

Alfredo Garcia Burga


  • Alexis Campos

  • Alejandro Cornejo

  • TAS Group - National University of San Marcos (UNMSM)

  • Advanced Acoustics Information Systems Laboratory, Tohoku University

  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)

  • Directorate of Audiovisual, Phonography and New Media (DAFO) of the Ministry of Culture of Peru

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