Voice and gestures are natural sketching tools that can be exploited to communicate sonic interactions. In product and interaction design, sounds should be included in the early stages of the design process. Scientists of human motion have shown that auditory stimuli are important in the performance of difficult tasks and can elicit anticipatory postural adjustments in athletes. These findings justify the attention given to sound in interaction design for gaming, especially in action and sports games that afford the development of levels of virtuosity. The sonic manifestations of objects can be designed by acting on their mechanical qualities and by augmenting the objects with synthetic and responsive sounds

Rocchesso, D., Lemaitre, G., Susini, P., Ternström, S., Boussard, P. (2015). Sketching sound with voice and gesture. INTERACTIONS, 22(1), 38-41 [10.1145/2685501].

Sketching sound with voice and gesture

Rocchesso, Davide;
2015

Abstract

Voice and gestures are natural sketching tools that can be exploited to communicate sonic interactions. In product and interaction design, sounds should be included in the early stages of the design process. Scientists of human motion have shown that auditory stimuli are important in the performance of difficult tasks and can elicit anticipatory postural adjustments in athletes. These findings justify the attention given to sound in interaction design for gaming, especially in action and sports games that afford the development of levels of virtuosity. The sonic manifestations of objects can be designed by acting on their mechanical qualities and by augmenting the objects with synthetic and responsive sounds
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Rocchesso, D., Lemaitre, G., Susini, P., Ternström, S., Boussard, P. (2015). Sketching sound with voice and gesture. INTERACTIONS, 22(1), 38-41 [10.1145/2685501].
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