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Sounds of simulations: data listening space

ID 24606
Abstract Simulations, as widely used in science, need to be perceptualized. Data from computational physics' simulations provide an interesting application case for sonification, which was studied in the research project QCD-audio. Within the project, the data listening space was set up as an interactive installation in Nov. 2010 in Graz, Austria. It allowed non-experts to immerge into the sonification of lattice quantum electrodynamics' data as a virtual auditory scene. Movement and position of one listener at a time were tracked and used in the sonification, establishing a tight connection between virtual and real space. The installation was evaluated in a small test setting following a grounded theory approach and a quantitative assessment.
Edition Proc. International Computer Music Conference 2012 (International Computer Music Conference 2012)
Monat 07
Name ICMC
Ort Ljubljana (Slowenien)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit full paper
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2012
AutorInnen Groß-Vogt, K., Pirrò, D., Rumori, M., Höldrich, R.
EditorInnen ICMC, 2.
Keywords Sonification, Sound Spatialisation