Liljedahl, Mats (2011) Sound for Fantasy and Freedom. In: Game Sound Technology and Player Interaction: Concepts and Developments. IGI Global, Hershey, New York, pp. 22-43. ISBN 978-1-61692-830-8
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Sound is an integral part of our everyday lives. Sound tells us about physical events in the environ- ment, and we use our voices to share ideas and emotions through sound. When navigating the world on a day-to-day basis, most of us use a balanced mix of stimuli from our eyes, ears and other senses to get along. We do this totally naturally and without effort. In the design of computer game experiences, traditionally, most attention has been given to vision rather than the balanced mix of stimuli from our eyes, ears and other senses most of us use to navigate the world on a day to day basis. The risk is that this emphasis neglects types of interaction with the game needed to create an immersive experience. This chapter summarizes the relationship between sound properties, GameFlow and immersive experience and discusses two projects in which Interactive Institute, Sonic Studio has balanced perceptual stimuli and game mechanics to inspire and create new game concepts that liberate users and their imagination.
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|Deposited By:||Mats Liljedahl|
|Deposited On:||14 Dec 2010 11:08|
|Last Modified:||14 Dec 2010 11:08|
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