See this ECVP supplement for the abstract. Essentially, the study concludes that the visual cortex does activate when individuals hear soundscapes asociated with objects as opposed to listening to arbitrary sounds asociated with objects. My only question is how do we explain this to people and show them the difference? I have made several presentations on the vOICe and a lot of people equate the vOICe to sonar. This is not true and we need a convincing way to demonstrate this to the end user.
I started using computers in 1991 and begin by deleting command.com in DOS. I am a self-taught programmer and continue to program as a hobby. I work with all things technology and enjoy tinkering. Other hobbies include travel, reading (at least 1 novel per week) as well as writing shortstories and photography.