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    • Auditory navigation cues for a small 2D grid: A case study of the memory game 

      Hiipakka, J.; Lorho, G.; Holm, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      This paper presents an investigation on auditory navigation in a two-dimensional grid. A sonification of the memory game is proposed and utilized for evaluating user's ability to interact with objects in a small 2-D grid ...
    • Auditory display for deep brain activation: Hypersonic effect 

      Yagi, R.; Nishina, E.; Kawai, N.; Honda, M.; Maekawa, T.; Nakamura, S.; Morimoto, M.; Sanada, K.; Toyoshima, M.; Oohashi, T. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      We have found that sounds containing high-frequency components above the human audible range (20kHz) significantly increase the regional blood flow in the deep-lying brain structure and the power of the alpha frequency ...
    • Advise: A new method for high definition virtual acoustic display 

      Takane, S.; Suzuki, Y.; Miyajima, T.; Sone, T. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      A method for high definition virtual acoustic display (VAD) based on a model called the ''virtual sphere model'' is introduced in this paper. This method is named ``ADVISE'' (Acoustic Display based on the VIrtual SpherE ...
    • 3D sound reproduction through stereo inner-phones 

      Iida, K.; Matsuda, J.; Nakamura, K.; Itoh, M.; Morimoto, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      A 3-D sound reproduction method through stereo inner-phones is proposed. This method uses HRTFs and a correction filter, Hc, which compensates the changes of the transfer functions of the ear canals caused by insertion of ...
    • Using an auditory display to manage attention in a dual task, multiscreen environment 

      Brock, D.; Stroup, J. L.; Ballas, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      Spatialized sound technology is under consideration for use in future U. S. Navy watchstation systems as a technique to manage attention. In this study, we looked at whether spatialized sound would reduce head movements. ...
    • Sonifications for EEG data analysis 

      Hermann, T.; Meinicke, P.; Bekel, H.; Ritter, H.; Mueller, H. M.; Weiss, S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      This paper presents techniques to render acoustic representations for EEG data. In our case, data are obtained from psycholinguistic experiments where subjects are exposed to three different conditions based on different ...
    • W-panning and o-format, tools for object spatialization 

      Menzies, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      Real acoustic objects have spatial width and characteristic radiation patterns. Techniques are described for efficiently synthesizing these qualities, by encoding with spherical harmonics. This approach naturally lends ...
    • Binaural factors in auditory continuity 

      Darwin, C. J.; Akeroyd, M. A.; Hukin, R. W. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      Auditory continuity is a powerful illusion which has implications for the efficient coding of sound. Although auditory continuity has been studied extensively as a monaural phenomenon, there have been few reports of the ...
    • Multimodal bivariate thematic maps with auditory and haptic display 

      Jeong, W.; Gluck, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The purpose of this study is to explore the possibility of multimodal bivariate thematic maps by utilizing auditory and haptic displays. With four different modes of display, the completion time of tasks and the recall ...
    • A survey of emerging and exotic auditory interfaces 

      Cohen, M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      Anticipating some emerging audio devices and features, this paper surveys trends in mobile telephony (especially regarding mobile internet in Japan), wearable/intimate multimedia computing, handheld/ nomadic/portable ...
    • Auditory distance perception of speech in the presence of noise 

      Cabrera, D.; Gilfillan, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      This study examines the effects of background noise, actual source distance, and room reverberation on the perceived distance of a single phrase of recorded speech reproduced at a naturalistic sound pressure level. A simple ...
    • Achorripsis: A sonification of probability distributions 

      Childs, E. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The 1957 musical composition Achorripsis by Iannis Xenakis was composed using four different probability distributions, applied over three different organizational domains, during the course of the 7 minute piece. While ...
    • Auditory seismology on free oscillations, focal mechanisms, explosions and synthetic seismograms 

      Dombois, Florian (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The method of audifying seismograms and interpreting seismological data by ear enables a wide range of geophysical questions to be studied in a new manner. In this article we report about the actual state of research in ...
    • Auditory display of directions and states for mobile systems 

      Johannsen, G. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      Auditory displays for mobile systems, such as service robots, have been developed. The design of directional sounds and of additional sounds for robot states (e.g., Heavy Load), as well as the design of more complicated ...
    • A perception based approach for acoustic events modeling in interactive sound field network 

      Fukushima, M.; Yanagawa, H. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      This paper describes the relation between physical / acoustic parameters and psychological scale for the sound fields in order to create an artificial impulse response of the room based on the perception. First, 19 specific ...
    • 3D sound image localization by interaural differences and the median plane HRTF 

      Morimoto, M.; Itoh, M.; Iida, K. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      A new 3-D localization method by simulating interaural differences and the HRTF in a sagittal plane is proposed. This method is based on the supposition that the spectral cues would be common in any sagittal plane. ...
    • Customizable auditory displays 

      Zotkin, Dmitry N.; Duraiswami, R.; Davis, L. S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      High-quality virtual audio scene rendering is a must for emerging virtual and augmented reality applications, for perceptual user interfaces,and sonification of data. Personalization of HRTF is necessary in applications ...
    • Auralization applying the parametric room acoustic modeling technique - the div auralization system 

      Savioja, L.; Lokki, T.; Huopaniemi, J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The primary goal of this paper is to give a general view on room acoustic modeling and auralization, and especially to describe the current status of the DIVA auralization system. We have been building the system for several ...
    • A whisper in the woods - an ambient soundscape for peripheral awareness of remote processes 

      Kilander, F.; Loennqvist, P. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The concept of a weakly intrusive ambient soundscape (WISP) is presented as a means to provide a peripheral awareness of processes beyond a user's immediate attention. The WISP is a component in a larger environment for ...
    • Development of MIDI encoder tool ``auto-F'' for general time-based electric signals 

      Modegi, T. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2002-07)
      The MIDI interface is originally designed for electronic musical instruments but we consider this music-note based coding concept can be extended for general acoustic signal description. We proposed applying the MIDI ...