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 === Hintergrund === === Hintergrund ===
  
-Generally speaking, latency is the difference in time between cause and effect. In human-computer interaction (HCI), latency is the time that passes before a user perceives the reactions to his actions. The perception is not limited to one channel but can be auditory, visual or haptic in nature [1]. High latency leads to poor performance and user experience in the HCI[2, 3]. Video games are also affected by these negative effects. Players score fewer points, need more time to work on certain tasks, or can not solve certain tasks at all [4, 5].+Generally speaking, latency is the difference in time between cause and effect. In human-computer interaction (HCI), latency is the time that passes before a user perceives the reactions to his actions. The perception is not limited to one channel but can be auditory, visual or haptic in nature [1]. 
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 +High latency leads to poor performance and user experience in the HCI[2, 3]. Video games are also affected by these negative effects. Players score fewer points, need more time to work on certain tasks, or can not solve certain tasks at all [4, 5]. 
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 +The sounds of a game are important to how users feel while playing and how well they perform in-game. Therefore, developers have placed a steadily increasing focus on audio and sounds in games[6]. 
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 +Since the proliferation of wireless headphones there has been a discussion on the differences between wired and wireless [7]. Most wireless headphones use Bluetooth, a short-range communication method. In order to send the sound to the headphones, Bluetooth compresses the data before sending it and then unpacks it afterwards to play the sounds [8, 9].  
 +This process of compressing and unpacking takes some time, which is one of the reasons wireless methods have a greater latency.  
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 +This work wants to find out, if and how this latency impacts user experience and performance.  
  
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 [4] Beigbeder, T., Coughlan, R., Lusher, C., Plunkett, J., Agu, E. & Claypool, M. (2004). The effects of loss and latency on user performance in unreal tournament 2003®. In Proceedings of 3rd acm sigcomm workshop on network and system support for games (S. 144–151). New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. doi: 10.1145/1016540.1016556 [4] Beigbeder, T., Coughlan, R., Lusher, C., Plunkett, J., Agu, E. & Claypool, M. (2004). The effects of loss and latency on user performance in unreal tournament 2003®. In Proceedings of 3rd acm sigcomm workshop on network and system support for games (S. 144–151). New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. doi: 10.1145/1016540.1016556
 [5] Eg, R., Raaen, K. & Claypool, M. (2018). Playing with delay: With poor timing comes poor performance, and experience follows suit. In 2018 tenth international conference on quality of multimedia experience (qomex) (S. 1–6). doi: 10.1109/QoMEX .2018.8463382 [5] Eg, R., Raaen, K. & Claypool, M. (2018). Playing with delay: With poor timing comes poor performance, and experience follows suit. In 2018 tenth international conference on quality of multimedia experience (qomex) (S. 1–6). doi: 10.1109/QoMEX .2018.8463382
 +[6] Andersen, F., King, C. L., & Gunawan, A. A. (2021). Audio Influence on Game Atmosphere during Various Game Events. Procedia Computer Science, 179, 222-231. 
 +[7] https://www.fairaudio.de/news/kabelgebundene-vs-bluetooth-kopfhoerer/ 
 +[8] Cassioli, D., Detti, A., Loreti, P., Mazzenga, F., & Vatalaro, F. (2002, May). The Bluetooth technology: state of the art and networking aspects. In International Conference on Research in Networking (pp. 479-490). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. 
 +[9] Hussein, A. F., Hashim, S. J., Aziz, A. F. A., Rokhani, F. Z., & Adnan, W. A. W. (2017). A real time ECG data compression scheme for enhanced bluetooth low energy ECG system power consumption. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 1-14.
  
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