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    • A Modular Computer Vision Sonification Model For The Visually Impaired 

      Banf, Michael; Blanz, Volker (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper presents a Modular Computer Vision Sonification Model which is a general framework for acquisition, exploration and sonification of visual information to support visually impaired people. The model exploits ...
    • Multi-dimensional synchronization for rhythmic sonification 

      Boyd, Jeffrey E.; Godbout, Andrew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      Human locomotion is fundamentally periodic, so when sonifying gait, it is desirable to exploit this periodicity to produce rhythmic sonification synchronized to the motion. To achieve this rhythmic sonification, some ...
    • New Directions for Sonification of Expressive Movement in Music 

      Winters, R. Michael; Wanderley, Marcelo M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      Expert musical performance is rich with visual cues that facilitate expressive communication. Previous sonifications in this domain have evaluated the saliency of mapping based upon a sound's direct visual correspondence. ...
    • Non-Speech Audio-Semiotics: A Review and Revision of Auditory Icon and Earcon Theory 

      Oswald, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The aim of this paper is to develop a theory and taxonomy of auditory signs, based on semiotics. For more than two decades, the discourse on non-speech audio interfaces has been dominated by a dichotomy between auditory ...
    • Perceptual effects of auditory information about own and other movements 

      Schmitz, Gerd; Effenberg, Alfred O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      In sport accurate predictions of other persons’ movements are essential. Former studies have shown that predictions can be enhanced by mapping movements onto sound (sonification) and providing audiovisual feedback [1]. The ...
    • A perspective on the limited potential for simultaneity in auditory display 

      Gossmann, Joachim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The auditory environment is frequently described as a juxtaposition between an array of pre-disclosed auditory streams and a process of attentional selection. The orientation of attentional selection toward environmental ...
    • Physical navigation of visual timbre spaces with timbreID and DILIB 

      Brent, William (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper summarizes recent development of two open source software libraries that enable auditory display in Pure Data (Pd), and describes developing projects that were achieved using the two packages in tandem. The ...
    • Recognition of Audified Data in Untrained Listeners 

      Alexander, Robert Lewis, II; O'Modhrain, Sile; Gilbert, Jason; Zurbuchen, Thomas; Simoni, Mary (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The effective navigation and analysis of large data sets is a persistent challenge within the scientific community. The objective of this experiment was to determine whether participants who received no training were able ...
    • Revisiting pulse rate, frequency and perceived urgency: have relationships changed and why? 

      Gonzalez, Christian; Lewis, Bridget A.; Baldwin, Carryl L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      As the presence of technology within vehicles increases, alerts and warnings need to not only be salient, but also correctly mapped to events of varying time sensitivity. The goal of this research was to reevaluate key ...
    • Shaking up Earth Science: Visual and Auditory Representations of Earthquake Interactions 

      Aiken, Chastity; Simpson, David; Kilb, Debi; Shelly, David; Peng, Zhigang; Michael, Andy; Enescu, Bogdan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      One earthquake can influence subsequent earthquakes. To demonstrate such earthquake interactions, seismologists have used in the past "snapshot" static images. Although statis images can, by themselves, convey basic ...
    • Sonic Window #1 [2011] — A Real Time Sonification 

      Vigani, Andrea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This is a real time audio installation in Max/MSP. It is a sonification of an abstract process: the writing on Twitter about music listening experiences on the web by people around the world. My purpose is not to sonify ...
    • Sonification as a social right implementation 

      Revuelta Sanz, Pablo; Ruiz-Mezcua, Belén; Sánchez Pena, Jose M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The rights discussion begins in Europe, with Modernity, in the 17th century. In this historical moment, social and equal rights are supposed to be universal, and are used to fight against absolutism and the religion ...
    • Sonification for the Installation Drawn Together 

      Bretan, Mason; Weinberg, Gil; Freeman, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This extended abstract describes Drawn Together, an interactive art installation in which a person takes turns drawing with a computer. We describe the process of the interaction and the methods used to creatively sonify ...
    • Sonification of a real-time physics simulation within a virtual environment 

      Perkins, Rhys (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      There has been an increasing amount of research in utilising 3D virtual environments as a core component of interactive sonifications. While showing considerable potential for their ability in producing both real-time ...
    • A sonification of Kepler space telescope star data 

      Winton, Riley J.; Gable, Thomas M.; Schuett, Jonathan; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      A performing artist group interested in including a sonification of star data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope in their next album release approached the Georgia Tech Sonification Lab for assistance in the process. The ...
    • Sonification of Pressure Changes in Swimming for Analysis and Optimization 

      Hermann, Thomas; Ungerechts, Bodo; Toussaint, Huub; Grote, Marius (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper introduces new methods for the sonification of pressure sensor data measured while executing crawl stroke swimming. Swimming research aims at better understanding the flow conditions and detailed dynamics in ...
    • A sonification proposal for safe travels of blind people 

      Revuelta Sanz, Pablo; Ruiz-Mezcua, Belén; Sánchez Pena, Jose M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      Sonification is one of the most natural ways to complete the information perceived by the blinds. Thus, it has been widely applied to create assistive products to help these collective in their daily life. In our case, we ...
    • Sonifying ECoG seizure data with overtone mapping: a strategy for creating auditory gestalt from correlated multichannel data 

      Terasawa, Hiroko; Parvizi, Josef; Chafe, Chris (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper introduces a mapping method, harmonic mapping, which projects multichannel time-series data onto a harmonic series structure. Because of the common fate effect of gestalt principle, correlated signals are perceived ...
    • Sound Effect Metaphors for Near Field Distance Sonification 

      Parseihian, Gaëtan; Katz, Brian F. G.; Conan, Simon (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This article presents a concept of distance sound source sonification for virtual auditory displays in the context of the creation of an assistive device for the visually impaired. In order to respond to user needs, three ...
    • Sound for 3D cinema and the sense of presence 

      André, Cédric R.; Embrechts, Jean-Jacques; Verly, Jacques G.; Rébillat, Marc; Katz, Brian F. G. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      While 3D cinema is becoming more and more established, little effort has focused on the general problem of producing a 3D sound scene spatially coherent with the visual content of a stereoscopic-3D (s-3D) movie. As 3D ...