master thesis project
cognitive systems & interactive media @upf
This projects aims at testing different sonication strategies for measuring to what extent the human auditory system can be used as primary interface channel for communicating, exploring, and interpreting physiological data, and its interactions in different contexts.
Auditory display techniques and Sonic Interaction Design approaches (SID) are at the core of this project, in order to design a system capable of defining dynamic physiology-to-sound mappings, adapting to different purposes. In a musical context, we hypothesize that such approach will achieve better results than predefined, ad hoc mappings in terms of perception, control and expressiveness.
Dynamic Control System for Sonic Interaction Based on Human Physiology