Sound Storm

Sharon Cameron (Designer), Harvey Dillon (Designer)

    Research output: Non-traditional research outputSoftware

    Abstract

    Sound Storm (previously LiSN & Learn) was designed to train children who are experiencing listening difficulties in the classroom, due to spatial processing disorder (SPD), to suppress background noise and attend to target acoustic stimuli. Sound Storm auditory training software (Cameron & Dillon, 2016) produces a three-dimensional auditory environment under headphones on the user's iPad. The software consists of a space fantasy narrative which runs through 10 levels over 9 different galactic worlds which the user works through. For more information please refer to the website https://www.nal.gov.au/Sound_Storm.html.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationSydney
    PublisherAustralian Hearing Services
    Edition1.1.9
    Media of outputOnline
    Size187.9 MB
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

    Keywords

    • auditory processing disorder
    • remediation
    • spatial processing disorder

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