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    • 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 ...
    • Identification of environmental sounds: Role of rhythmic properties 

      Guillaume, A.; Rivenez, M.; Chastres, V.; Blancard, C.; Pellieux, L. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Studies that have dealt with the effect of sound spectral and temporal properties on environmental sound identification have focused on a narrow range of sounds [1, 2, 3]. The purpose of the research was to evaluate the ...
    • Aquarium sonification: Soundscapes for accessible dynamic informal learning environments 

      Walker, Bruce N.; Godfrey, Mark T.; Orlosky, Jason E.; Bruce, Carrie; Sanford, Jon (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Museums, science centers, zoos and aquaria are faced with educating and entertaining an increasingly diverse visitor population with varying physical and sensory needs. There are very few guidelines to help these facilities ...
    • Audio representation of graphs: a quick look 

      Brown, A.; Stevens, R.; Pettifer, S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
    • Considerations arising from the development of auditory alerts for air traffic control consoles 

      Cabrera, D.; Ferguson, S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Previously, the authors reported in detail on the development of a set of auditory alerts for the air traffic control consoles now used throughout Australia [1]. The present paper briefly describes these alerts again, but ...
    • An architecture for presenting auditory awareness information in pervasive computing environments 

      Kainulainen, A.; Turunen, M.; Hakulinen, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      In this paper we present how awareness can be supported in pervasive computing environments through auditory information. We introduce an application which uses soundscapes to support people's awareness of each other's ...
    • Investigating concurrent auditory icon recognition 

      Brazil, E.; Fernstroem, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper an investigation of the identification of concurrently presented auditory icons1. The motivation for this work was to get a better understanding of the identification of an everyday sound scene. We collected a ...
    • Cognitive-map forming of the blind in virtual sound environment 

      Ohuchi, M.; Iwaya, Y.; Suzuki, Y. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper describes a new assistive technology for sightless persons based on a virtual auditory display (VAD). This system is intended to encourage its users to improve their map-forming skills and use them more efficiently ...
    • Converting images to music using their colour properties 

      Margounakis, D.; Politis, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Music is associated to colors since ancient years. Different mappings between attributes of sound and images allow the efficient conversion between the two types of media. The proposed method for converting images to music ...
    • Detection and localization of speech in the presence of competing speech signals 

      Simpson, B. D.; Brungart, D. S.; Iyer, N.; Gilkey, R. H.; Hamil, J. T. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Auditory displays are often used to convey important information in complex operational environments. One problem with these displays is that potentially critical information can be corrupted or lost when multiple warning ...
    • Exploring the utility of giving robots auditory perspective-taking abilities 

      Brock, D.; Martinson, E. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper reports on work in progress to develop a computational auditory perspective taking system for a robot. Auditory perspective taking is construed as the ability to reason about inferred or posited factors that ...
    • Feature-based synthesis for sonification and psychoacoustic research 

      Hoffman, M.; Cook, P. R. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      We present a general framework for synthesizing audio manifesting arbitrary sets of perceptually motivated, quantifiable acoustic features. Much work has been done recently on finding acoustic features that describe ...
    • Contextual audio in haptic graph browsing 

      McGookin, D.; Brewer, S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper presents a ``think-aloud'' study investigating the ability of visually impaired participants to make comparisons between haptic and audio line graphs. Graphs with two data series were presented. One data series ...
    • 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 ...
    • Digiwall - an audio mostly game 

      Liljedahl, M; Lefford, N.; Lindberg, S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      DigiWall is a hybrid between a climbing wall and a computer game. The climbing grips are equipped with touch sensors and lights. The interface has no computer screen. Instead sound and music are principle drivers of DigiWall ...
    • 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 ...
    • Cognitive-map forming of the blind in virtual sound environment 

      Ohuchi, M.; Iwaya, Y.; Suzuki, Y. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      This paper describes a new assistive technology for sightless persons based on a virtual auditory display (VAD). This system is intended to encourage its users to improve their map-forming skills and use them more efficiently ...
    • Converting images to music using their colour properties 

      Margounakis, D.; Politis, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Music is associated to colors since ancient years. Different mappings between attributes of sound and images allow the efficient conversion between the two types of media. The proposed method for converting images to music ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...