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    • Auditory Display of Coarse Optical Imagery: Concept for a Rehabilitation Aid for Blind Spatial Orientation 

      Arditi, Aries (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      We introduce a concept for a rehabilitation aid for blind persons that will present, on a sonic display, coarse optical information obtained from a spectacle-mounted camera. The aid will serve blind persons who have no ...
    • Complex: Physical Re-sonification of Urban Noise 

      Zareei, Mo H.; McKinnon, Dugal; Kapur, Ajay; Carnegie, Dale A. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper explores the aesthetic and social values of the noises of modern urban soundscapes and discusses some strategies for boosting the accessibility and appreciation of works of sound art and experimental music that ...
    • Comprehension of Sonified Weather Data Across Multiple Auditory Streams 

      Schuett, Jonathan H.; Winton, Riley J.; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      Weather data has been one of the mainstays in sonification research. It is readily available, and every listener has presumably had some form of experience with meteorological events to draw from. When we want to use ...
    • Detecting Components of an ECG Signal for Sonification 

      Worrall, David; Thoshkahna, Balaji; Degara, Norberto (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      In recent state-of-the-art electocardiogram (ECG) studies, many authors mention that they had to manually correct automatically detected peaks or exclude artifact-loaded segments from the automatically annotated data they ...
    • An Enhanced Data Transformation Framework for the Sonification of Simulated Rigid Bodies 

      Perkins, Rhy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-06)
      While simulated rigid bodies hold a wealth of information that can be understood through sound (Table 1), current interpretive methods will often overlook important features of their data. This proves to be detrimental ...
    • Extended Abstract: Relationships Between Acoustic Features and Perceptual Segmentation of Music Audio 

      Dean, Roger T. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      For a successful practical sonification, boundaries where the information state changes need to be made readily apparent perceptually. I describe time series analysis techniques for the detection of segments perceived ...
    • Extended Abstract: Using Vocal-Based Sounds to Represent Sentiment in Complex Event Processing 

      Rimland, Jeff; Ballora, Mark (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      There is an intricate and evolving relationship between sonification and Complex Event Processing (CEP) for improved situational awareness. In a paper presented at ICAD 2013 [1], we introduced a series of techniques ...
    • Handheld Device for Substitution From Vision to Audition 

      Rouat, Jean; Lescal, Damien; Wood, Sean (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      Sensorial substitution has great potential in rehabilitation, education, games, and in the creation of music and art. Current technologies allow us to develop sensorial substitution and sonification systems that would ...
    • I Hear Bangalore3D: Capture and Reproduction of Urban Sounds of Bangalore Using an Ambisonic Microphone 

      Aswathanarayana, Shashank; Roginska, Agnieszka (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper describes the project, I Hear Bangalore3D, which is an attempt to capture and render 3D recordings of various iconic locations of the city of Bangalore. First order ambisonic recordings were done and processed ...
    • I Hear NY4D: Hybrid Acoustic and Augmented Auditory Display for Urban Soundscapes 

      Boren, Braxton; Musick, Michael; Grossman, Jennifer; Roginska, Agnieszka (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This project, I Hear NY4D, presents a modular auditory display platform for layering recorded sound and sonified data into an immersive environment. Our specific use of the platform layers Ambisonic recordings of New ...
    • Interactive Auditory Display of Urban Spatio-Acoustics 

      Musick, Michael; Turner, Johnathan; Park, Tae Hong (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper presents an interactive exploration platform and toolset for spatial, big-data auditory display. The exploration platform is part of the Citygram project, which focuses on geospatial research through a ...
    • Isotopic Data Sonification: Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory 

      Kenney, Matthew; Ballora, Mark; Brantley, Sue (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-06)
      Each precipitation event has a unique fingerprint. This fingerprint is recorded in the duration of the event and the isotopic composition of the rainfall, as a result of differing proportions of oxygen isotopes. The ratio ...
    • Making Information Flows in Hybrid Space Tangible: an Analog RF Power Detector for Sonification of Wireless Network Traffic 

      Lutkowski, Adam; Bujacz, Michal; Ożóg, Maciej (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-06)
      The paper presents a fully analog prototype device for sonification of electromagnetic power in the radio frequency range. The RF power detector was designed specifically for use in artistic performances, which attempt to ...
    • Mobile Sonification for Athletes: A Case Study in Commercialization of Sonification 

      Godbout, Andrew; Thornton, Chris; Boyd, Jeffery E. (2014-06)
      Several companies, including Under Armour, Nike and Adidas, are taking advantage of advances in sensor technology to sell wearable systems that measure, record, and analyze the motion of athletes. To date, these systems ...
    • A mobile sonification system for stroke rehabilitation 

      Schmitz, Gerd; Kroeger, Daniela; Effenberg, Alfred O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-06)
      Growing evidence suggests that sonification supports movement perception as well as motor functions. It is hypothesized that real-time sonification supports movement control in patients with sensorimotor dysfunctions ...
    • Skin Pattern Sonification Using NMF-based Visual Feature Extraction and Learning-based PMSon 

      Han, Yoon Chung; Han, Byeong-jun (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper describes the use of sonification to represent the scanned image data of skin pattern of the human body. Skin Patterns have different characteristics and visual features depending on the positions and conditions ...
    • The Sonification and Learning of Human Motion 

      Smith, Kevin M.; Claveau, David (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper examines how sonification can be used to help a student emulate the complex motion of a teacher with increasing spatial and temporal accuracy. The system captures a teacher’s motion in real-time and generates ...
    • Sonification of Symbolic Music in the Elvis Project 

      Winters, R. Michael; Cumming, Julie E. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      This paper presents the development of sonification in the ELVIS project, a collaboration in interdisciplinary musicology targeting large databases of symbolic music and tools for their systematic analysis. An sonification ...
    • Sonification Strategies for the Film Rhythms of the Universe 

      Ballora, Mark (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      Design strategies are discussed for sonifications that were created for the short film Rhythms of the Universe, which was conceived by a cosmologist and a musician, with multi-media contributions from a number of artists ...
    • Sonification Synthesizer for Surface Electromyography 

      Peres, S. Camille; Faisst, Cody; Slota, Nathan; Verona, Daniel; Williams, Chase; Ritchey, Paul (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community for Auditory Display, 2014-06)
      Surface electromyography (sEMG) is a means for measuring muscle activity. sEMG data are typically displayed graphically on a computer screen and while this can be a useful way to display the data, it is not always ideal. ...