Sonic Trampoline: How Audio Feedback Impacts the User's Experience of Jumping


To analyze how auditory augmentation influences user jumping activity on an elastic trampoline, the authors developed a system to interactively augment the trampoline's sound. The system's sound design is galvanized by iconic jumping sounds from games, with sensing technology primarily based on a mixture of motion tracking with depth camera and audio-based contact sensing between the feet and trampoline. Results show that such interactive sonification stimulates changes within the user's behavior toward increased performance throughout the exercise; it also positively affects the user experience.

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