Continuous Auditory Feedback in a Control Task

Matthias Rath

A tangible audio-visual interface based on the metaphor of balancing a rolling ball allows the examination of influences of continuous auditory feedback on human control actions. In measurement of control movements under different conditions of sonic feedback significant performance improvements through sound are found. Moreover, different types of auditory feedback, more "realistic" vs. more abstract, are seen to have significantly different influences on task performance and training curves.

Subjects: 6.3 User Interfaces; 19.1 Perception


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