Beat boxers who make different sounds with their tongue and ears not only heard but seen in real time thanks to recorded MRI images shot by researchers from the University of Southern California (USC).
A real-time magnetic shot was recently presented at a joint meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Canadian Acoustical Association in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 7, according to a recent report Popular Science.
The MRI shows a variety of language boxing languages that pulsate in the mouth while making 30 different sounds, or what researchers call "noiseless glottal exit labial stop" or "unpublished voice glitter ingressive velar blind", according to the article.
An investigative team composed of linguists, engineers and computer scientists, each combat boxer spent 30 to 90 minutes of performing the sounds they knew while MR had cuts head and mouth. They have also been instructed not to shift to the rhythm of sound in production, as they will produce images of lower quality.
"[Beatboxers] they are trying to make a new sound system, "said Dr Shrikanth Naraianan, an USC engineer for Popular Science." We just wanted to see the similarities and differences from the perspective of cognitive science. "
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