Ian McKenzie


NameIan McKenzie
Job titleLecturer in Electronics and Mathematics
Research instituteCollege of Science and Engineering

Research outputs

Sensory augmentation through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Sensory augmentation through tissue conduction. InTech. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.71126

Feel it in my bones: Composing multimodal experience through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter, McKenzie, I. and Brown, Michael 2017. Feel it in my bones: Composing multimodal experience through tissue conduction. Les ├ęditions de PRISM.

The body as instrument: tissue conducted multimodal audio-tactile spatial music.

Lennox, Peter, McKenzie, I. and Brown, Michael 2017. The body as instrument: tissue conducted multimodal audio-tactile spatial music.

Investigating spatial music qualia through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Investigating spatial music qualia through tissue conduction. Aalto University.

Audio-tactile multimodal perception of tissue-conducted sound fields

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Audio-tactile multimodal perception of tissue-conducted sound fields.

Inside-outside: 3-D music through tissue conduction

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2015. Inside-outside: 3-D music through tissue conduction.

Tissue-conducted spatial sound fields

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2014. Tissue-conducted spatial sound fields. Institute of Acoustics.

Hearing Without Ears

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2014. Hearing Without Ears. International Community for Auditory Display.
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