David Worrall and I guest-edited the April 2017 special isse of the journal Displays on the sonification of real-time data. This special issue presents five articles drawn from across the range of sonification practice but which all focus on how to communicate information about real-time data.
The contents are as follows:
- “Preface to the Special Issue on Sonification” by Paul Vickers, David Worrall, and Richard So.
- “Comparative study on the effect of Parameter Mapping Sonification on perceived instabilities, efficiency, and accuracy in real-time interactive exploration of noisy data streams” by David Poirier-Quinot, Gaetan Parseihian, and Brian F.G. Katz.
- “Sonification of a network’s self-organized criticality for real-time situational awareness” by Paul Vickers, Chris Laing, and Tom Fairfax.
- “Towards a systematic approach to real-time sonification design for surface electromyography” by S. Camille Peres, Daniel Verona, Tariq Nisar, and Paul Ritchey.
- “The sound of smile: Auditory biofeedback of facial EMG activity” by Yuki Nakayama, Yuji Takano, Masaki Matsubara, Kenji Suzuki, and Hiroko Terasawa.
- “EcoSonic: Auditory peripheral monitoring of fuel consumption for fuel-efficient driving” by Jan Hammerschmidt and Thomas Hermann.
You can see the full issue at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01419382/47/supp/C.