Pasado, presente y promesas de la sonificación

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https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2023.810008

Palabras clave:

Sonificación, historia, futuro, diseño sonoro

Resumen


El uso del sonido para comunicar datos de forma sistemática lleva mucho tiempo entre nosotros y ha sido objeto de una investigación considerable, aunque en una amplia gama de campos de investigación distintos. La sonificación tiene una capacidad única para transmitir series y patrones, tendencias y valores atípicos... y transmite sin esfuerzo el afecto y la emoción relacionados con esos datos. Asimismo, el sonido -por sí solo o junto con representaciones visuales, táctiles o incluso olfativas- puede hacer que la exploración de datos resulte más atractiva y accesible para un mayor número de personas. Sin embargo, la sonificación y las visualizaciones auditivas siguen ocupando sólo una pequeña parte de la atención popular: la mayoría de la gente nunca ha pensado en utilizar sonidos no verbales de esta manera, aunque sin duda está muy familiarizada con otros usos intencionados del sonido para transmitir estados, notificaciones y advertencias. Este artículo presenta una breve historia de la sonificación, introduce términos, repasa una serie de ejemplos y analiza el pasado, el presente y las futuras promesas del uso del sonido para ampliar la forma en que podemos comunicar datos, extender el uso de pantallas auditivas en la sociedad y hacer que la ciencia sea más atractiva y accesible.

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2023-12-30

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Walker, B. N. (2023). Pasado, presente y promesas de la sonificación. Arbor, 199(810), a728. https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2023.810008

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