A PhD pupil has been creating audio reminiscence bins for hospice sufferers.
Isaac Gibson is finding out on the Sonic Arts Analysis Centre in Queen’s College Belfast.
As a part of his analysis, he recorded interviews with hospice sufferers and mixed them with becoming music and sound results.
Every recording is accessed via a hand-crafted picket field, designed to resemble a classic radio.
The aim was to create particular person listening experiences for sufferers and their households.
Isaac contacted Marie Curie hospice with the thought after first recording a sequence of interviews together with his terminally-ill grandfather.
He has created 10 reminiscence bins for Marie Curie hospice sufferers in Northern Eire.
Video journalist: Niall McCracken