sonification


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son·i·fi·ca·tion

(son'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
The production of sound, or of sound waves.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

son·i·fi·ca·tion

(son'i-fi-kā'shŭn)
The production of sound, or of sound waves.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Researchers at Washington State University used sonification to rupture yogurt bacteria and improve the viability of probiotics.
A very successful sonification in clinical anesthesia is the pulse oximetry sonification.
Research results are organized as follows: Section 1 describes the technology--wearable computers, display devices, sensors for tracking head position and location, control/input technology and various AR-related technologies such as haptics, sonification, enhanced optical devices and sensors-- that will potentially increase the effectiveness of AR; section 2 is a synopsis of the Naval Research Lab's BARS; section 3 discusses some potential police applications for AR technology; and section 4 outlines some implications for policing.
Researchers here study what makes a computer media experience seem real' to a user This includes' augmented reality', where computer images are combined with the real world and new ways of using and experiencing sound - what is termed 'personalised sonification' Everything from microsurgery to rehabilitation of people with injuries could benefit from this work.
The particulate organic matter content (POM) was dispersed by sonification in water and isolated by sieving and hand removal with a forceps.
His interests include computer chess, stock market prediction, and financial data sonification.
After removal of casually associated microorganisms by washing in sterile water, their epiphytic microflora will be collected from leaves by brief sonification in sterile water.
Beatnik develops, markets and sells its sonification technology to a community of creative professionals, technology licensees and consumers.
I was especially taken by the sentence that included "[ldots] the combined use of visualization, haptic feedback, and sonification (the use of nonspeech audio to convey information) will significantly increase the bandwidth of the human-computer interface [ldots]" That was genius.
Data Management Processing Compression Content-based Expert Audio Coding retrieval systems Hypermedia Recognition Video Coding systems Resource Understanding Image Coding discovery Type 2 Education Psychology Management and Training Instructional Cognition Decision design support Distance System education simulation Type 1 Communications Systems Multimedia service provision Mobile multimedia systems Distributed services Type 2 Data Visualization Data sonification Use of haptic interfaces Type 1 research does not involve any authoring skills, but requires system- and possibly application-level skills.
In fact, there have been recent attempts to extend the field of data visualization into such auditory maps or "sonification," on the premise that the ear is capable of hearing more simultaneous dimensions.