System for the complementary visualization of 3D volume images using 2D and 3D binaurally processed sonification representations
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AbstractTypically, feedback from analysis of three-dimensional volume image structures are presented in the visual domain. This ignores the potential for complementary analysis of feedback in the aural domain. This paper presents a system in which visualization of a volume image may be enhanced through representation of the voxel structure by a sound sequence (termed a, 'sonification' in which a sequence of sound signals is generated by the mapping of voxel values to pitch, amplitude, timing and other acoustic parameters according to the design of the selected sound instrument(s). Stereo audio or spatial audio processing techniques are employed to enhance the perception of the representative sonification as eminating from the visual loci of the associated voxel.
All Author(s) ListRossiter D, Ng WY
Name of Conference7th Annual IEEE Conference on Visualization (Visualization 96)
Start Date of Conference27/10/1996
End Date of Conference01/11/1996
Place of ConferenceSAN FRANCISCO
Country/Region of ConferenceUnited States of America
Year1996
Month1
Day1
PublisherI E E E, COMPUTER SOC PRESS
Pages351 - 354
ISBN0-89791-864-9
ISSN1070-2385
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Web of Science Subject CategoriesComputer Science; Computer Science, Software Engineering

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