Constructing the immersive interactive Sonification platform (iISoP)
For decades, researchers have spurred research on sonification, the use of non-speech audio to convey information . With ‘interaction’ and ‘user experience’ being pervasive, interactive sonification , an emerging interdisciplinary area, has been introduced and its role and importance have rapidly increased in the auditory display community. From this background, we have devised 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. Projects in each developmental phase and planned research are discussed with a focus on “design research” and “interactivity”.
International Conference on Distributed, Ambient, and Pervasive Interactions
Jeon, Myounghoon; Smith, Michael T.; Walker, James; and Kuhl, Scott A., "Constructing the immersive interactive Sonification platform (iISoP)" (2014). Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences Publications. 67.