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    • 3D Time-Based Aural Data Representation Using D4 Library’s Layer Based Amplitude Panning Algorithm 

      Bukvic, Ivica Ico (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      The following paper introduces a new Layer Based Amplitude Panning algorithm and supporting D4 library of rapid prototyping tools for the 3D time-based data representation using sound. The algorithm is designed to scale ...
    • A Bone Conduction Based Spatial Auditory Display as Part of a Wearable Hybrid Interface 

      Barde, Amit; Lee, Gun; Ward, Matt; Helton, William S.; Billinghurst, Mark (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Attention redirection trials were carried out using a wearable interface incorporating auditory and visual cues. Visual cues were delivered via the screen on the Recon Jet - a wearable computer resembling a pair of glasses ...
    • A Task-Analysis-Based Evaluation of Sonification Designs for Two sEMG Tasks 

      Peres, S. Camille; Verona, Daniel (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      This paper presents a brief description of surface electromyography (sEMG), what it can be used for, as well as some of the problems associated with visual displays of sEMG data. Sonifications of sEMG data have shown ...
    • Accessible Spectrum Analyser 

      Martin, Fiore; Metatla, Oussama; Bryan-Kinns, Nick; Stockman, Tony (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      This paper presents the Accessible Spectrum Analyser (ASA) developed as part of the DePic project (Design Patterns for Inclusive collaboration) at Queen Mary University of London. The ASA uses sonification to provide an ...
    • Binaural Spatialisation Over a Bone Conduction Headset: Elevation Perception 

      Barde, Amit; Lee, Gun; Helton, William S.; Billinghurst, Mark (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Preliminary results from an on-going experiment exploring the localisation accuracy of a binaurally processed source displayed via a bone conduction headset are described. These results appear to point to decreased ...
    • Can Listening to Music Make You Type Better? The Effect of Music Style, Vocals and Volume on Typing Performance 

      Bramwell-Dicks, Anna; Petrie, Helen; Edwards, Alistair (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Music psychologists have frequently shown that music affects people's behaviour. Applying this concept to work-related computing tasks has the potential to lead to improvements in a person's productivity, efficiency and ...
    • Designing Informative Sound to Enhance A Simple Decision Task 

      Nesbitt, Keith; Williams, Paul; Ng, Patrick; Blackmore, Karen; Eidels, Ami (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      In this paper we examined the role of informative sound in a simple decision-making game task. A within-subject experiment with 48 participants measured the response time, success rate and number of timeouts of the players ...
    • Designing Sound Representations for Responsive Environments 

      Yamauchi, Takuya (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      In this paper, we demonstrate a responsive sound installation consisting of computer-linked thermometers and cameras installed in both interior and exterior locations that detect the states of these spaces based on image ...
    • Hypothesis-Driven Sonification of Proteomic Data Distributions Indicating Neurodegredation in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 

      Martens, William L.; Poronnik, Philip; Saunders, Darren (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Three alternative sonifications of proteomic data distributions were compared as a means to indicate the neuropathology associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) via auditory display (through exploration of the ...
    • Implementation and Evaluation of 10.2 channel Microphone for UHDTV Audio 

      Jang, Daeyoung; Yoo, Jae-hyoun; Lee, Tae Jin (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      As broadcasting environments change rapidly to digital, user requirements for next-generation services that surpass the current HDTV service quality become more demanding. The next-generation of broadcasting services will ...
    • In Ear to Out There: A Magnitude Based Parameterization Scheme for Sound Source Externalization 

      Romigh, Griffin D.; Simpson, Brian D.; Iyer, Nandini (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      While several potential auditory cues responsible for sound source externalization have been identified, less work has gone into providing a simple and robust way of manipulating perceived externalization. The current work ...
    • Investigation of ITD Symmetry in Measured HRIRs 

      Genovese, Andrea F.; Juras, Jordan; Miller, Chris; Roginska, Agnieszka (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      The Interaural Time Difference is one of the primary localization cues for 3D sound. However, due to differences in head and ear anthropometry across the population, ITDs related to a sound source at a given location around ...
    • LifeMusic: Reflection Of Life Memories By Data Sonification 

      Khan, Ridwan A.; Avvari, Ram K.; Wiykovics, Katherine; Ranay, Pooja; Jeon, Myounghoon (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Memorable life events are important to form the present selfimage. Looking back on these memories provides an opportunity to ruminate meaning of life and envision future. Integrating the life-log concept and auditory graphs, ...
    • Listen To Your Drive: Sonification Architecture and Strategies for Driver State and Performance 

      Landry, Steven; Tascarella, David; Jeon, Myounghoon; FakhrHosseini, S. Maryam (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Driving is mainly a visual task, leaving other sensory channels open for additional information communication. As the level of automation increases in vehicles, monitoring the state and performance of the driver and vehicle ...
    • Lost Oscillations: Exploring a City’s Space and Time With an Interactive Auditory Art Installation 

      Murphy, Jim; McKinnon, Dugal; Zareei, Mo H. (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Lost Oscillations is a spatio-temporal sound art installation that allows users to explore the past and present of a city's soundscape. Participants are positioned in the center of an octophonic speaker array; situated in ...
    • MalLo March: A Live Sonified Performance With User Interaction 

      Wolf, KatieAnna E.; Oda, Reid (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      In this extended abstract we present a new performance piece titled MalLo March that uses MalLo, a predictive percussion instrument, to allow for real-time sonification of live performers. The piece consists of two movements ...
    • Music of Migration and Phenology: Listening to Counterpoints of Musk Ox and Caribou Migrations, and Cycles of Plant Growth 

      Ballora, Mark (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      This extended abstract describes a sonification that was commissioned by a biologist/animal ecologist. The sonification was created with the software synthesis program SuperCollider. The motivation for creating it was to ...
    • Musical Robots For Children With ASD Using A Client-Server Architecture 

      Zhang, Ruimin; Barnes, Jaclyn; Ryan, Joseph; Jeon, Myounghoon; Park, Chung Hyuk; Howard, Ayanna M. (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      People with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are known to have difficulty recognizing and expressing emotions, which affects their social integration. Leveraging the recent advances in interactive robot and music therapy ...
    • Musification of Seismic Data 

      McGee, Ryan; Rogers, David (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      Seismic events are physical vibrations induced in the earth's crust which follow the general wave equation, making seismic data naturally conducive to audification. Simply increasing the playback rates of seismic recordings ...
    • Quantitatively Validating Subjectively Selected HRTFs for Elevation and Front-Back Distinction 

      Fan, Ziqi; Wan, Yunhao; McMullen, Kyla (International Community on Auditory Display, 2016-07)
      As 3D audio becomes more commonplace to enhance auditory environments, designers are faced with the challenge of choosing HRTFs for listeners that provide proper audio cues. Subjective selection is a low-cost alternative ...