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Uncertainty Visualization and Related Techniques  

Ann M. Bisantz

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Feb 2013
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May 2013

...Multimodal Displays: Conceptual Basis, Design Guidance, and Research Needs Chapter 38 : Ecological Interfaces Chapter 27 : Sonification and Auditory Displays Acknowledgments The author would like to thank Emilie Roth for insightful...

Automatic Recognition of Affective Body Expressions  

Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze and Andrea Kleinsmith

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Jan 2015
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Aug 2014

...two-dimensional. Psychological Science , 18 (12), 1050–1057. Fragopanagos, N. , & Taylor, J. G. (2005). Emotion recognition in human-computer interaction. Neural Networks , 18 (4), 389–405. Funfaro, E. , Berthouze, N. , Bevilacqua, F. , and Tajadura-Jiménez, A. (2013). Sonification of surface tapping: Influences on behaviour, emotion and surface perception. ISON’13. Fürnkranz, J. , & Häullermeier, E. (2005). Preference learning. Kunstliche Intelligenz , 19 (1), 60–61. Gallagher, H. L. , & Frith, C. D. (2004). Dissociable neural pathways for the ...

Sensory substitution: A new perceptual experience  

Noelle R. B. Stiles and Shinsuke Shimojo

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Aug 2015
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Aug 2014

...Substituting Vision by Audition (PSVA) device assigns a specific frequency to each pixel, and encodes brightness with volume ( Arno et al . 2001 ; Capelle et al . 2002 ). More recent devices such as the Computer Aided System for Blind People (CASBliP) and the Michigan Visual Sonification System (MVSS) have used 3-D sound (encoded with head-related transfer functions) to encode the spatial location of objects ( Araque et al . 2008 ; Clemons et al . 2012 ). Despite a diverse array of sensory substitution devices, none are currently commercially available or have...

Music and Sensorimotor Functions  

Corene Thaut and Klaus Martin Stephan

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Feb 2019

...range of rhythmic, melodic, harmonic, and dynamic-acoustical elements and research has shown it to be an effect therapeutic tool to influence both upper and lower extremity discrete, serial, and continuous movements. Experts in sports, such as professional rowers, have used musical sonification during training as feedback in order to control for the rhythmicity, the quality of the task, and assess the degree of synchrony between the different athletes ( Schaffert & Mattes, 2015 ). Neurologic Music Therapy Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) is a research based system of...

On the Evolution of Imagination and Design  

Thomas Suddendorf and Andy Dong

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Apr 2013
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Aug 2013

...Ormerod, & Morley, 2004 ). For example, the representational relation—spatial acoustics—between a seating arrangement in a theater and the arrangement’s function of seating a given number people is itself a solution to the problem of characterizing complex information through sound (sonification). Similarly, when a prior representation is a suitable model for the current reality, we could transfer the exact design representation in its entirety to a new context, or what is known as case-driven analogizing ( Ball et al., 2004 ). That is, we could simply assert that a Greek...

Music Therapy in Medical and Neurological Rehabilitation Settings  

Stefan Mainka, Ralph Spintge, and Michael Thaut

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Jan 2016
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Apr 2015

...(2003). A meta-analysis of the literature in medical music therapy and MusicMedicine with an agenda for future research. Abstractband des VIII. Symposium for Music in Medicine of the International Society of Music in Medicine (ISMM), 100–101. Effenberg, A.O. (2005). Movement sonification: Affects on perception and action. IEEE Multimedia , 12 (2), 53–59. Elliott, B. (1982). Guide to the selection of musical instruments with respect to physical ability and disability . St. Louis, MO: MMB Music. Fishman, S.M. and Greenberg, D.B. (1996). Psychological issues...

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