The vOICe (aka Seeing with Sound)

About

The vOICe vision technology for the totally blind offers the experience of live camera views through image-to-sound renderings. Images are converted into sound by scanning them from left to right while associating elevation with pitch and brightness with loudness.

In theory, this could lead to synthetic vision with truly visual sensations ("qualia"), by exploiting the neural plasticity of the human brain through training. The vOICe also acts as a research vehicle for the cognitive sciences to learn more about the dynamics of large-scale adaptive processes in the human brain.

Address

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YAML

Here is the YAML source code for the data that was used to produce this page.

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# The_vOICe.yaml

_meta:
  author:   Rich_Morin
  id:       The_vOICe
  title:    The vOICe (aka Seeing with Sound)

about:      |
  The vOICe vision technology for the totally blind offers the experience
  of live camera views through image-to-sound renderings.  Images are
  converted into sound by scanning them from left to right while associating
  elevation with pitch and brightness with loudness.

  In theory, this could lead to synthetic vision with truly visual sensations
  ("qualia"), by exploiting the neural plasticity of the human brain through
  training.  The vOICe also acts as a research vehicle for the cognitive
  sciences to learn more about the dynamics of large-scale adaptive processes
  in the human brain.

address:
  email:
    main:     feedback@seeingwithsound.com

  web_site:
    main:     https://www.seeingwithsound.com/

related:
  twitter:    (TW)seeingwithsound
  wikipedia:  (WP)Sensory_substitution

tags: [
  application, blind, library, sensory substitution
]
=====

TOML

Here is a TOML rendering of the same data.

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about           = '''
The vOICe vision technology for the totally blind offers the experience
of live camera views through image-to-sound renderings.  Images are
converted into sound by scanning them from left to right while associating
elevation with pitch and brightness with loudness.

In theory, this could lead to synthetic vision with truly visual sensations
(\"qualia\"), by exploiting the neural plasticity of the human brain through
training.  The vOICe also acts as a research vehicle for the cognitive
sciences to learn more about the dynamics of large-scale adaptive processes
in the human brain.
'''
tags            = ["application", "blind", "library", "sensory substitution"]

[_meta]
author          = "Rich_Morin"
id              = "The_vOICe"
title           = "The vOICe (aka Seeing with Sound)"

[address.email]
main            = "feedback@seeingwithsound.com"

[address.web_site]
main            = "https://www.seeingwithsound.com/"

[related]
twitter         = "(TW)seeingwithsound"
wikipedia       = "(WP)Sensory_substitution"
=====


This wiki page is maintained by Rich Morin, an independent consultant specializing in software design, development, and documentation. Please feel free to email comments, inquiries, suggestions, etc!

Topic revision: r1 - 30 Jun 2018, UnknownUser
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