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The Sonification Handbook
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CONCRETE Thomas Hermann, Andy Hunt, John G. Neuhoff 1.1 Auditory Display and Sonification. Expand
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Sonic Interaction Design
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Sound is an integral part of every user experience but a neglected medium in design disciplines. Expand
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Tapping-In-Place: Increasing the naturalness of immersive walking-in-place locomotion through novel gestural input
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Walking-In-Place (WIP) techniques provide one possible solution to the problem emerging when an immersive virtual environment offers a larger freedom of movement than the physical environment where the interaction is taking place. Expand
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Virtual Reality Musical Instruments: State of the Art, Design Principles, and Future Directions
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In this article, we present a field overview of VRMIs from the viewpoint of the performer. Expand
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Establishing the Range of Perceptually Natural Visual Walking Speeds for Virtual Walking-In-Place Locomotion
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Walking-In-Place (WIP) techniques make it possible to facilitate relatively natural locomotion within immersive virtual environments that are larger than the physical interaction space. Expand
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Immersion revisited: A review of existing definitions of immersion and their relation to different theories of presence
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This paper provides readers with a review of existing definitions of immersion originating within the study of video games, virtual environments, and literary works of fiction. Expand
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Sound design and perception in walking interactions
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This paper reviews the state of the art in the display and perception of walking generated sounds and tactile vibrations, and their current and potential future uses in interactive systems. Expand
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Estimation of detection thresholds for acoustic based redirected walking techniques
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We describe two psychophysical experiments where we have quantified how much humans can unknowingly be redirected by auditory stimuli. Expand
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Interactive Simulation of rigid body interaction with friction-induced sound generation
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This paper presents an algorithmic realization that combines recently proposed physical models of friction with the lumped modal description of resonating bodies. Expand
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Estimation of detection thresholds for audiovisual rotation gains
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We describe a within-subjects study exploring if participants' ability to detect differences between real and virtual rotations is influenced by the addition of sound that is spatially aligned with its virtual source. Expand
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