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    %0 Book Section
    %A Boyer, Eric O.
    %A Pyanet, Quentin
    %A Hanneton, Sylvain
    %A Bevilacqua, Frédéric
    %T Learning Movement Kinematics with a Targeted Sound
    %D 2014
    %B Sound, Music, and Motion : 10th International Symposium, CMMR 2013, Marseille, France, October 15-18, 2013. Revised Selected Papers
    %I Spinger
    %P 218-233
    %F Boyer14a
    %K gesture
    %K sound
    %K sensorimotor
    %K learning
    %K adaptation
    %K interactive sys- tems
    %K auditory feedback
    %K sound-oriented task
    %X This study introduces an experiment designed to analyze the sensorimotor adaptation to a motion-based sound synthesis system. We investigated a sound-oriented learning task, namely to reproduce a tar- geted sound. The motion of a small handheld object was used to control a sound synthesizer. The object angular velocity was measured by a gy- roscope and transmitted in real time wirelessly to the sound system. The targeted sound was reached when the motion matched a given refer- ence angular velocity profile with a given accuracy. An incorrect velocity profile produced either a noisier sound or a sound with a louder high har- monic, depending on the sign of the velocity error. The results showed that the participants were generally able to learn to reproduce sounds very close to the targeted sound. A corresponding motor adaptation was also found to occur, at various degrees, in most of the participants when the profile is altered.
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