Embodied Cognition In Auditory Display
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This paper makes a case for the use of an embodied cognition framework, based on embodied schemata and cross-domain mappings, in the design of auditory display. An overview of research that relates auditory display with embodied cognition is provided to support such a framework. It then describes research efforts towards the development this framework. By designing to support human cognitive competencies that are bound up with meaning making, it is hoped to open the door to the creation of more meaningful and intuitive auditory displays.