SKILLS project

Project Details

Description

SKILLS is an Integrated Project whose main purpose is the acquisition, storing and transfer of human skills by means of multimodal interfaces, robotics and virtual environment technologies. To this purpose, a number of tasks are selected from the fields of surgery and rehabilitation, sports and entertainment, and industry. Analysis of these tasks when executed by skilled persons is expected to provide knowledge of what are the cognitive/perceptual attributes that may determine a successful execution. This knowledge will set the basis for the design of methodologies that can be used to map these attributes into digital representations, hence, making possible to archive them and to render them through visual, haptic and auditory modalities using virtual environments. Within this framework AAU is primarily involved in providing the necessary sound technology and knowledge on human sound perception. Methodologies for the generation of three-dimensional sound, e.g. binaural technique, will be evaluated in terms of their suitability to enhance the acquisition and transfer of skills.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/10/200601/10/2011

Funding

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  • Projects

    Capturing blocked-entrance binaural signals from open-entrance recordings

    Hoffmann, P. F., Hammershøi, D., Olesen, S. K. & Rubak, P.

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    01/02/200501/02/2009

    Project: Research

  • Research Output

    • 1 Article in proceeding

    Spatial sound in the use of multimodal interfaces for the acquisition of motor skills

    Hoffmann, P. F., 2008, Audio Engineering Society Convention Papers: Papers 7314-7500. Audio Engineering Society, 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingArticle in proceedingResearchpeer-review