PSD Workshop organizers thank all participants for their great work. It was fun and creative event, was it not?
Here are some links and references as promised:
- http://www.juliantreasure.com and http://www.soundbusiness.biz
- Erkut, C., 2011. Product Sound Design: Past, Present, Future. In Akustiikkapäivät 2011. Akustiikkapäivät 2011. Tampere, Finland, pp. 37–43.
- Rocchesso, D., Serafin, S. & Rinott, M., 2013. Pedagogical approaches to sonic interaction design. In S. Seraﬁn & K. Franinovic, eds. Sonic Interaction Design. MIT Press
- Serafin, S., Franinovic, K., Hermann, T., Lemaitre, G., Rinott, M., & Rocchesso, D. (2011). Sonic Interaction Design. In T. Hermann, A. Hunt, & J. G. Neuhoff, The Sonification Handbook (pp. 87–110). Berlin, Germany: Logos Publishing House.
- Caramiaux, B., Altavilla, A., Pobiner, S., & Tanaka, A. (2015). Form Follows Sound: Designing Interactions from Sonic Memories. Proc. CHI, Seoul, Korea. See also
Tools of the trade, from a previous workshop.
Here is more information and tentative program about the workshop
||Cumhur, Linn SA Holm
||Danish Sound, PSD, Gestural Sound Toolkit
||SonicIncident, VocalSketch, ActionSound
||GST Working, ActionSound Ready
||P#1, 1 minute student projects
||Synthesis banks loaded from freesound.org
||Audiowise Sound ID intro, case studies, P#2
||P#2 ideas, GST material ready
||PSD Final Presentation
Few seats are still available, please signup here.
1. Why are we doing this?
Workshops are situated and active way of knowledge production (learning by doing). This shared knowledge between Industry and Academia should enable more enjoyable and usable products in the future.
2. Did the organizers made similar workshops before?
3. OK, I am interested. What should I bring with me?
Nothing, practically. If you want to test/reuse some of the workshop at home, here are some suggestions: