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    • Investigation of system latency detection threshold of virtual auditory display 

      Yairi, S.; Iwaya, Y.; Suzuki, Y. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      It is important in a virtual auditory display (VAD) system to reproduce not only static sound information, but also dynamic variation of sound. Thus, to achieve a highly precise virtual auditory display system, the system ...
    • Investigation of the effect of impedance on azimuth cues derived from spherical head models 

      Treeby, B. E.; Paurobally, R. M.; Pan, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Recent implementations of virtual sound using head related transfer functions often include an analytical low frequency diffraction model to reproduce stable azimuth cues which are independent of the quality and accuracy ...
    • Listening to program slices 

      Berman, L. I.; Gallagher, K. B. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Comprehending a computer program can be a daunting task. There is much to understand, including the interaction among different portions of the code. Program slicing can help one to understand this interaction. Because ...
    • A malleable device with applications to sonification-based data exploration 

      Milczynski, M.; Hermann, T.; Bovermann, T.; Ritter, H. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This article introduces a novel human computer interaction device, developed in the scope of a Master's Thesis. The device allows continuous localized interaction by providing a malleable interaction surface. Diverse ...
    • Meanings conveyed by simple auditory rhythms 

      Palomaki, H. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      In this article we concentrate on perception of non-musical rhythm. The purpose of this study has been to find possible meanings related to simple auditory rhythms. Meanings were examined using semantic scales. 26 subjects ...
    • Minimizing information overload in a communications system utilizing temporal scaling and serialization 

      McClimens, B.; Brock, D.; Mintz, F. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Recent Navy research has identified the monitoring of multiple communications streams as a performance bottleneck. We introduce a novel approach for improved monitoring of multichannel voice communications which makes use ...
    • Monitoring real-time data: a sonification approach 

      Roginska, A.; Childs, E.; Johnson, M. K. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper describes an approach to sonifying and displaying remotely sensed data. A representative sample dataset was audified using synthetic sounds, and sonified using orchestral instruments. The resulting 14 data streams ...
    • Non-speech sounds as elements of a use scenario: A semiotic perspective 

      Pirhonen, A.; Murphy, E.; McAllister, G.; Yu, W. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      At present most sound design methods for non-speech sounds in auditory interfaces are based on empirical knowledge, often resulting in sounds derived from random selection or the personal preferences of the designer. A ...
    • Orbophone: a new interface for radiating sound and image 

      Lock, D.; Schiemer, G.; Ong, L. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      The Orbophone is a new interface that radiates rather than projects sound and image. It provides a cohesive platform for audio and visual presentation in situations where both media are transmitted from the same location ...
    • Patterns in auditory menu design 

      Frauenberger, C.; Stockman, T. L. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      The design of auditory displays suffers from the lack of re-usable design knowledge, leading to ad-hoc solutions and inappropriate use of sound in human-computer interaction. We propose to tackle this problem by employing ...
    • Peek-a-book: Playing with an interactive book 

      de Gotzen, A.; Rocchesso, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This demonstration is about a prototype of a new digitally augmented book for children, using sensors to allow continuous user interaction and to generate (not just play back) sounds in real time. During the demonstration ...
    • Perception-based simplification for binaural room auralisation 

      Hacihabiboglu, H.; Murtagh, F. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Room auralisation refers to the process by which the acoustic response of a room is rendered audible using signal processing techniques. The major part of the computational complexity in a binaural room auralisation system ...
    • Providing a size-independent overview of non-visual tables 

      Brewster, S.; Kildal, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Obtaining an overview is an important first step in the analysis of data sets, which cannot be easily done nonvisually with current accessibility tools. We present TableVis, a multimodal interface to obtain overview ...
    • Relative intensity of auditory context for auditory graph design 

      Nees, Michael A.; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      A study examined the role of relative intensity levels for auditory context in auditory graph design. Auditory graphs were designed with auditory context equally as loud as sonified data, context 9 dB more intense than ...
    • The role of participatory workshops in investigating narrative and sound ecologies in the design of an ambient intelligence audio display 

      Droumeva, M.; Wakkary, R. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      We describe two participatory workshops conducted to support design decisions in the making of the audio display for an ambient intelligent game platform. The workshops discussed here explore specific issues of players' ...
    • Scalable earcons: Bridging the gap between intermittent and continuous auditory displays 

      Watson, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      The development of blood pressure earcons for patient monitoring is used to illustrate how data that varies from intermittent to continuous sampling can be integrated into a single auditory display design. A scalable-earcon ...
    • Sonically-enhanced mouse gestures in the firefox browser 

      Midgley, L.; Vickers, P. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      The use of the mouse to allow interaction via gestures has attracted much interest recently and the popular FIREFOX web browser has been enhanced by an extension supporting mouse gestures. These gestures reveal an interaction ...
    • Sonification abstraite/sonification concrete: An 'aesthetic persepctive space' for classifying auditory displays in the ars musica domain 

      Hogg, B.; Vickers, P. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper discusses æsthetic issues of sonifications and the relationships between sonification (ars informatica) and music & sound art (ars musica). It is posited that many sonifications have suffered from poor internal ...
    • Sonification as an interdisciplinary working process 

      de Campo, A.; Frauenberger, C.; Vogt, K.; Wallisch, A.; Daye, C. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper describes the progress of an interdisciplinary project that aims to develop a general sonification software environment. The approach taken is interdisciplinary; a number of target sciences form an integral part ...
    • Sonification of autonomic rhythms in the frequency spectrum of heart rate variability 

      Orzessek, B.; Falkner, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This poster presents some of the work currently being done at the Paracelsus Clinic in Switzerland on heart rate variability biofeedback with a real time auditory display. Heart rate variability biofeedback is an important ...