Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction"

Grosshauser T, Hermann T (2010)
Bielefeld University.

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The paper presents a multi-modal approach to tightly close the interaction loop between a human user and any tool in operation. Every activity of a human being generates multi-modal feedback, more or less related to the eyes (visual), the skin (sensory), the nose (olfactory) and the ears (auditive). Here we show the useful augmentation or complete creation of a nonexistent or less available feedback. As an example the performance of drilling tasks, line drawing tasks, or the complex task of bowing a violin can be considered.
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This Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction" is made available under the Open Database License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/1.0. Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/dbcl/1.0/
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Grosshauser T, Hermann T. Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction". Bielefeld University; 2010.
Grosshauser, T., & Hermann, T. (2010). Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction". Bielefeld University.
Grosshauser, T., and Hermann, T. (2010). Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction". Bielefeld University.
Grosshauser, T., & Hermann, T., 2010. Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction", Bielefeld University.
T. Grosshauser and T. Hermann, Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction", Bielefeld University, 2010.
Grosshauser, T., Hermann, T.: Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction". Bielefeld University (2010).
Grosshauser, Tobias, and Hermann, Thomas. Supplementary Material for "Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction". Bielefeld University, 2010.
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This video shows one of the bowing examples, where the augmented auditory feedback guides the player in the right planes. 4 good bow strokes and 4 bad bow strokes with noise sonification, which appears, when the right plane is left. Note that all noisy parts audible on top of the tone are the sonification and not musical artifacts.
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Multimodal Closed-loop Human Machine Interaction
Großhauser T, Hermann T (2010)
In: Proceedings of the 3rd International workshop on Interactive Sonification. Bresin R (Ed);KTH, Stockholm, Sweden: KTH School of Computer Science and Communication (CSC): 59-63.
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