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Bluebox: a cable-free digital jukebox for compressed-quality audio delivery

A. Floros, N.-A. Tatlas, J. Mourjopoulos
2005 IEEE transactions on consumer electronics  
The recent growth of home networking applications has raised the requirement for cable-free distribution of an increasing amount of media to portable playback devices, which lack the resources for local  ...  over an adequate number of receivers for home environments 1 .  ...  INTRODUCTION Compressed-quality audio such as MPEG1-Layer 3 (mp3) is an extremely popular digital audio format today [1] , with a vast number of audio tracks available for download over the internet,  ... 
doi:10.1109/tce.2005.1467998 fatcat:5unackoukra7zly7axgwcs2ozu

Thanks to Geolocalized Remote Control: The Sound Will Follow

Mathieu Hopmann, Daniel Thalmann, Frederic Vexo
2008 2008 International Conference on Cyberworlds  
Dematerialized music and MP3 players offer to the user the possibility of carrying his musical content everywhere.  ...  In this paper, we propose a multi-room sound system based on several sound satellites distributed among the rooms of the house, and on a remote control which is able to localize itself with the help of  ...  Acknowledgement This work has been supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (FNS) under the framework of "Semantic Based Tangible interface: "the remote control paradigm"" project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cw.2008.47 dblp:conf/cw/HopmannTV08 fatcat:cjtsey4fsjbjzbpixedfl45q4a

The information furnace: consolidated home control

Diomidis D. Spinellis
2003 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
The prototype implementation I outline integrates on a FreeBSD server the distribution of MP3-encoded music to DNARD/NetBSD thin clients, an answering machine, a burglar alarm, an Internet router, a fax  ...  The information furnace distributes data, provides services, and controls an apartment's digital devices.  ...  first MP3 player.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-002-0213-8 fatcat:e74h7oyqlfcctovloyprslfzv4


Theodore R. Simons, Mathew W. Alldredge, Kenneth H. Pollock, John M. Wettroth
2007 The AUK: A Quarterly Journal of Ornithology  
The system uses a laptop computer to control a set of amplified MP3 players placed at known locations around a survey point.  ...  Results also illustrate how detection distances decline and identification errors increase with increasing levels of ambient noise.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are very grateful to the many volunteers who assisted with this  ... 
doi:10.1642/0004-8038(2007)124[986:eaotad];2 fatcat:ivqyue6jrfdxbbw5plb6synodm

Bridging Digital and Physical Worlds Using Tangible Drag-and-Drop Interfaces [chapter]

Mathieu Hopmann, Mario Gutierrez, Daniel Thalmann, Frederic Vexo
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The last ten years have seen an explosion in the diversity of digital-life devices, e.g. music and video players. However, the interaction paradigm to use these devices has remained mostly unchanged.  ...  We present in this paper a study of tangible drag-and-drop, a remote control interface based on the well-known paradigm coming from the graphical user interface.  ...  could be your mp3 player or your cell phone for example.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22336-5_1 fatcat:mu4jfcernnfrhog5wepdg53oda

An Embedded Module as "VIRTUAL TONGUE" for Voiceless

Sankar Kumar S, Jenitha J, Narmadha I, Suganya A
2014 International Journal of Information Sciences and Techniques  
In this paper, to make them self reliable and independent, with the advent of embedded systems technology an embedded handheld icon based assistive device as "Virtual Tongue" for Voiceless, which speaks  ...  This proposed module comprises a microcontroller based player to play voice messages, Secure Digital (SD) card reader, Universal Serial Bus (USB) port, icon based remote keypad, audio amplifier and speaker  ...  A system-on-chip is used which contains a microcontroller along with MP3 decoder, control program, I 2 C controller for this application along with a IR remote keypad, SD card reader, USB port and an audio  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijist.2014.4319 fatcat:5zdqoatjsneg3efb3a37aeia5u

Mesh Network of eHealth Intelligent Agents for Visually Impaired and Blind People: A Review Study on the Arduino and Raspberry Pi Based Wearable Devices [article]

Zubov Dmytro
2022 Zenodo  
The distance is pronounced to the B&VI via headphones and MP3 player with SD card.  ...  Every golf flagstick has the sound marking device with the active buzzer and WiFi remote control by the person with a good vision.  ...  The distance is pronounced to the B&VI via headphones and MP3 player with SD card.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5901282 fatcat:jjaxk2ixh5ec5hied5iua3bp3m

Smartvox. A Web-Based Distributed Media Player As Notation Tool For Choral Practices

Jonathan Bell, Benjamin Matuszewski
2017 Zenodo  
The present paper describes the features and implementation of SmartVox , an application designed to help vocal ensembles learn and perform polyphonic music.  ...  From a singer's point of view, this setup allows for the synergy between visual and acoustic stimuli, which facilitates the interpretive and performative processes, particularly in polyphonic passages.  ...  Acknowledgments We are deeply grateful to the following people for their precious support and advice: Andrea Agostini, Julian Anderson, Richard Baker, Eric Daubresse, Stefano Gervasoni, Daniele Ghisi,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.924142 fatcat:36i24i3crbdohahqewblykooxe

Long-distance sports [chapter]

Florian 'Floyd' Mueller
2008 Computers in Sport  
Airhockey Over a Distance creates an increased sense of a shared space across the distance by having puck cannons shooting out real pucks on the remote end to enable a game of airhockey between geographically  ...  The merging of sports and computer technology has been mainly focused on supporting performance enhancement of professional athletes or, on the other end of the spectrum, simulating professional sports  ...  Airhockey Over a Distance was developed thanks to the Connecting People group at the CSIRO ICT Centre, with help from CeNTIE (Centre for Networking Technologies for the Information Economy), which is supported  ... 
doi:10.2495/978-1-84564-064-4/03 fatcat:kmslozvpind4nascpkvmgdxgci

Mobile Music Making

Atau Tanaka
2004 Zenodo  
It serves as a platform for experiments onstudying the sense of agency in collaborative creativeprocess, and requirements for fostering musical satisfactionin remote collaboration.  ...  The system consistsof a network based interactive music engine and a portablerendering player.  ...  At the same time, remote collaboration allows users to span geographical separation. It is not that the distance is collapsed to zero, but that the network enables long distance collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1176677 fatcat:jzbbddfu2rgnjl2nwhs6uo3tvq

A Brief Survey on Interactive Automotive UI

Gowdham Prabhakar, Pradipta Biswas
2021 Transportation Engineering  
Abstract Automotive User Interface (AutoUI) is relatively a new discipline in the context of both Transportation Engineering and Human Machine Interaction (HMI).  ...  not require them to take hands off control.  ...  The in-car CD players became popular only during late 1990s due to compatibility with MP3 files.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.treng.2021.100089 fatcat:ra4bl7vl7rblredyphdpyicpcu

Bringing Mobile Map-Based Access to Digital Audio to the End User

Robert Neumayer, Jakob Frank, Peter Hlavac, Thomas Lidy, Andreas Rauber
2007 14th International Conference of Image Analysis and Processing - Workshops (ICIAPW 2007)  
With an increasing number of tracks and the resulting complexity users quickly face problems in handling their collections in an adequate way.  ...  We therein focus on the presentation of full desktop applications as well as applications for mobile devices like PDAs and Smartphones with the goal of bringing Music Information Retrieval technologies  ...  , using the M3U playlist format, which can be opened later with an audio player either locally or on another device. • Remote Control: As a third possibility, PocketSOM can be used also as a remote control  ... 
doi:10.1109/iciapw.2007.14 fatcat:t7uo64zyrfh4dn3ljvi2pxziyu

Sound Pryer: Adding Value to Traffic Encounters with Streaming Audio [chapter]

Mattias Östergren
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Sound Pryer is a peer-to-peer application of mobile wireless ad hoc networking for PDAs with the intent of adding value to mundane traffic encounters.  ...  Through field trial we found that user appreciated the concept, but the prototype needs some improvements, foremost in terms of audio playback.  ...  Thanks also to the members of the Mobility Studio for your efforts in the field trial and thank you Fredrik Axelsson for your contributions to the Wizard of Oz 12 experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-28643-1_71 fatcat:7js4qn3q2felnlgf5qe6d22cpq

The magic wand

Jan Ciger, Mario Gutierrez, Frederic Vexo, Daniel Thalmann
2003 Proceedings of the 18th spring conference on Computer graphics - SCCG '03  
The paradigm of computational accessability where the world of devices available to us are of an ubiquitous nature.  ...  I would like to thank George Maistros, a research postgraduate student from the University of Edinburgh who aided me to implement the C++ wrappers for the GHMM library.  ...  Ubiquitous devices are examplified by an MP3 player, device operations could narrow down behaviour of the mp3 player, to play, pause, play next and play previous track.  ... 
doi:10.1145/984952.984972 dblp:conf/sccg/CigerGVT03 fatcat:4773vbqa7rbljmy2maqhg52jum

Will gesture recognition technology point the way?

D. Geer
2004 Computer  
MP3 audio players.  ...  Broadcasters can also use gestures for purposes such as making images zoom in or out. The broadcaster makes gestures with a handheld remote control, and GestureStorm tracks the movements.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2004.184 fatcat:oei6dsb3sfeivgrw6mwdbdwjra
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