Using sound to represent spatial data in ArcGIS

  title={Using sound to represent spatial data in ArcGIS},
  author={Nick Bearman and Peter F. Fisher},
  journal={Computers & Geosciences},
An extension to ESRI’s, ArcGIS was created to allow spatial data to be represented using sound. A number of previous studies have used sound in combination with visual stimuli, but only a limited selection have looked at this with explicit reference to spatial data and none have created an extension for industry standard GIS software. The extension can sonify any raster data layer and represent this using piano notes. The user can choose from a number of different scales of piano notes and… CONTINUE READING

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