Networked On-Line Audio Dilation

Networked On-line Audio Dilation Poster - J. Novak III, EVL

Authors: Novak, III, J.S., Tandon, A., Kenyon, R.V., Leigh, J.

Publication: Proceedings of the 2014 ACM Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing adjunct publication, Seattle, WA, ACM

Audio Dilation is a technique that slows down the tempo of audio signals without changing the pitch or otherwise distorting the sounds. Networked On-line Audio Dilation is an Android application that allows users to dilate audio while engaged in a full-duplex networked conversation. The capability can potentially be used to improve comprehension for hearing or cognitively impaired individuals, or for non-native speakers of foreign languages.

Keywords: Speech modification; Audio dilation; Human augmentics

Date: September 13, 2014 - September 17, 2014

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