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The Sonification Handbook

@inproceedings{Serafin2011TheSH,
  title={The Sonification Handbook},
  author={Stefania Serafin and Karmen Franinovic and Tom Hermann and Guillaume Lemaitre and Micha Rinott and Davide Rocchesso},
  year={2011}
}
CONCRETE 

Exploratory Wayfinding in Wide Field Ethnography

Exploratory Wayfinding in Wide Field Ethnography

Making Sculptures Audible through Participatory Sound Design

ABSTRACT A research group explores rendering sculptural forms as sound using echolocation and the participation of members of the visually impaired community.

The sonification space: A reference system for sonification tasks

Sonification Enhances Perception of Color Intensity

This poster presents an interactive sonification experiment, designed to evaluate possible benefits of sonification in information visual- ization, and the aim of the present study was to explore the role of visualization in sonification.

SOUND OF THE SOCAL - SONIFICATION OF ’EXPERIENCE SOCIETY’

In ’Experience Society’ (Erlebnisgesellschaft) German social scientist Gerhard Schulze describes five social milieus. They are characterized and named through leisure activities and chosen lifestyle:

Two examples of sonification for viewer engagement: Hurricanes and squirrel hibernation cycles

This extended abstract describes two sets of sonifications that were commissioned by researchers from the fields of meteorology and animal ecology, created with the software synthesis program SuperCollider to pursue additional levels of engagement and immersion, supplementing the effects of visual plots.

Constructing the Immersive Interactive Sonification Platform (iISoP)

A novel platform, “iISoP” (immersive Interactive Sonification Platform) for location, movement, and gesture-based interactive sonification research, by leveraging the existing Immersive Visualization Studio (IVS) at Michigan Tech.

Ur-writings: A Geophonographic Fiction

Abstract Geophonography is a practice of sonifying the geological record, of tracing what Friedrich Kittler referred to as “signatures of the real.” The aesthetic efficacy of techniques for audifying
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References

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Sonification for Exploratory Data Analysis

ion Emotion Tone Therapeutic Cycle

Using sonification

This article describes some of the ways that sonification has been used in assistive technologies, remote collaboration, engineering analyses, scientific visualisations, emergency services and aircraft cockpits.

An introduction to interactive sonification

The research field of sonification, a subset of the topic of auditory display, has developed rapidly in recent decades. It brings together interests from the areas of data mining, exploratory data

Data Sonification: Do You See What I Hear?

The authors assert that, despite great strides in developing the graphical dimension of user interfaces, the auditory dimension has been neglected. They offer a tool for using sound to complement

The Discipline of Interactive Sonification

This paper defines the sub-topic of Interactive Sonification, explains how a certain quality of interaction is required, overviews current sonification techniques, provides examples of the techniques being applied interactively, and outlines a research agenda for this topic.

EVALUATION OF A MULTIMODAL SONIFICATION AND VISUALISATION OF DEPTH OF MARKET STOCK DATA

The results suggest that the multimodal display is redundant for downward movements and complementary for upward, and the sonification provides recent trends while the visualisation provides context.

Optical Poetry: The Life and Work of Oskar Fischinger

Optical Poetry is the first critical biography of the painter and experimental filmmaker Oskar Fischinger. Active in avant-garde art circles in Germany between the two world wars, Fischinger and his

SONIC EXPLORATIONS WITH EARTHQUAKE DATA

The composition “underground sounds” - an interdisciplinary project including a concert piece as its artistic element - deals with the phenomenon of the constantly moving, therefore resonating earth

The Auditory Scene. (Book Reviews: Auditory Scene Analysis. The Perceptual Organization of Sound.)

Auditory Scene Analysis addresses the problem of hearing complex auditory environments, using a series of creative analogies to describe the process required of the human auditory system as it

INVESTIGATION OF AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION OF SEISMIC SIGNALS FROM EARTHQUAKES AND EXPLOSIONS

Abstract : Magnetic tape recordings of short-period seismic signals from approximately 200 earthquakes and explosions were time-compressed by a factor of up to 512 to shift seismic frequencies to the