[asvs] Re: The Concept & Development Road Map

  • From: Bruce Walker <bruce.walker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: asvs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 18:05:06 -0400


Can I inquire as to the nature of your hearing loss?

Have you tried bone conduction devices?

We are using them in our SWAN project at Georgia Tech, which includes 
spatialized audio cues. At the present time we are investigating their 
ability to portray 3D audio.

--Bruce Walker

GT Sonification Lab

On Oct 11, 2004, at 3:48 AM, geoff Smith wrote:

> Hello Will,
> I personally, may not be of any value to this particular project.
> I have a severe hearing disability, and can only rely on one hearing 
> aid in
> one ear.
> From what I've read in the thread so far, and from what you have said, 
> this
> is going to prevent me from being able to determine spaciality in the 
> sound
> differences, therefore, making it almost impossible for me, 
> personally, to
> follow the perceptions.
> I'll stay around a little longer, but may, due to my hearing 
> limitations,
> drop out of the experiments in the not to distant future, even though 
> that
> would be a source of regret for me.
> Geoff and Sabin

Bruce Walker, Ph.D.         bruce.walker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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