During the 1980s and 1990s, a considerable number of technology and application trends were concerned with location transparency and virtual spaces, overcoming the limitations of the physical space. The first years of the succeeding decade has seen a different trend in technology: the development and popular uptake of mobile media and wireless networks technologies. Real space combined with mobile, wireless, location-aware technology becomes a primary platform for mobile media applications. Because of the difference in the use of space between mobile technologies and their static predecessors, new design principles are defining the poetic and the potential for cultural and narrative augmentation of space. The work described in this book contributes to the exploration of mobile media identifying a specific kind of applications: Location Aware Multimedia Stories (LAMS) and outlining aesthetic principles and guidelines for mobile narrative production end evaluation.