Framework for designing image sonification methods
Seung Yeo, Woon
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Time is not just a parameter of auditory disply, but is rather the principle dimension within which all other auditory parameters are placed. While this is a feature of time ordered information, it poses a particular challenge to effective sonification of time-independent data, such as images. In this paper we present two concepts of time mapping, scanning and probing to provide a framework for con- ceptualizing mappings of static data to the time domain. We then consider the geometric characteristics of images to define mean- ingful references in time. Finally, we proceed to suggest a new approach of modeling human image perception for image sonifi- cation, which can be designed upon our framework.