Holography as phonetics teaching resource

In the Winter 09 issue of Speech & Language Therapy in Practice, we report on the development of a student teaching resource which could become a useful tool for speech and language therapists.

Pip Cornelius, a lecturer in phonetics and phonology at De Montfort University, has worked with Professor Martin Richardson who specialises in holography to produce the 3D visualisations of different sounds. Here are 3 examples (uploaded to You Tube by kind permission of De Montfort University).

 

 

 

 

 

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