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"Eye Dance" project

Below a demo video of Eye tracking Data turned into audio

Listening helps children read better

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EYE TRACKING VIDEO DEMONSTRATION

This is a demonstration that hearing data can have a more tangible impact than seeing data

The focus of this research is on the unrealized potential of Listening to Data or sonification that is driven by the real time eye-tracking of children reading

Here is a pointer to a video explaning the underlying process
EYE TRACKING VIDEO DEMONSTRATION

  1. Test Children with eye tracking hardware as they are reading
  2. Turn that data into a soft wind like sound in the corresponding sides
  3. Playback in the readers headphone the tracking of each eye (Right Eye-Right Ear Left Eye-Left Ear)
  4. Observe the improved result of this auditory aid with children whose eye tracking was slightly off
  5. Repeat with new more difficult material
  6. Provide the feedback of improvement to the Child and their Guardian


Techniques Used

SONIFICATION - WAYS OF LISTENING TO DATA

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LISTENING TO DATA (Sonification) is the new tool needed for analyzing the ever growing data cloud. Our work is perfecting the many ways to make better decisions by not just visualizing, but simply LISTENING TO DATA. The existing data tools rely almost exclusively on flawed elaborate interactive visualization of data. Data Science, AI and Big Data industries are only developing a wide variety of data visualization tools to allow rapid and accurate decision making. The time to bring in at least one more, our richest sense in many ways, LISTENING TO DATA into the mainstream !

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Research Breakthroughs from

Zoï KAPOULA

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Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, chef d'équipe
IRIS, Physiopathologie de la Vision et Motricité Binoculaire
Université Paris Descartes
France

Zoï KAPOULA is Research Director at the CNRS in the field of cognitive neurosciences. She is responsible of a team whose program focuses on the neurophysiopathology of binocular eye movements in direction and in depth, in relation to vision and brain function, a team founded in 1992 by Zoï Kapoula at the Collège de France, now part of the Federations of Neurosciences at University Paris Descartes (FR3636 – IRIS). Zoï Kapoula is responsible of hospital research programs on eye movements in patients (PHRC), one devoted to children with vertigo (hospital Robert Debré, PHRC VERVE), the other on eye movement behaviour in patients with Alzheimer versus patients with dementia with Lewy body (PHRC OculoMacl, Salpêtrière). She directs the national GDR ESARS (Groupement de REcherche ESthétique Art & Sciences) at the CNRS; she develops a novel research axis on neurophysiology of aesthetics, including eye movement and postural studies in museums. She holds several patents on neurorehabilitation method based on eye movement learning (e.g. US 20120320336,A1). Her transfer of technology projects from laboratory to clinic are currently supported by the SATT Lutech, and by the BPI (AIMA). http://fondation.parisdescartes.fr/regard-et-motricite-binoculaire/


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