Researchers from Aalborg University have published a new study in which they explore the theoretical relation between sound zones and the acoustic environment, referred to as a soundscape.
In a new study, researchers from Aalborg University explore the theoretical relation between sound zones and the acoustic environment, referred to as a soundscape. They present eight interaction design challenges for domestic sound zone systems resulting from this and sketch four different interaction approaches to potentially take on the challenges.
The article “Designing for domestic sound zone interaction” is written by Stine S. Johansen, Peter Axel Nielsen and Jesper Kjeldskov, Human-Centered Computing, Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University and published in: Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 2020-3-13.
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Kasper Fangel Skov from the ISOBEL project is one of the speakers at the webinar "Noise and its Effect on our Health" organized by the Danish Sound