Abstract: Sound Spatialization Framework: An Audio Toolkit for Virtual Environments
Jens Herder. Sound Spatialization Framework: An Audio Toolkit for Virtual Environments, First International Conference on Human and Computer, Aizu-Wakamatsu, September 1998.
The Sound Spatialization Framework is a C++ toolkit and development
environment for providing advanced sound spatialization for virtual
reality and multimedia applications. The Sound Spatialization Framework
provides many powerful display and user-interface features not
found in other sound spatialization software packages.
It provides facilities that go beyond simple sound source
spatialization: visualization and editing of the soundscape, multiple
sinks, clustering of sound sources, monitoring and controlling
resource management, support for various spatialization backends, and
classes for MIDI animation and handling.
sound spatialization, resource management,
virtual environments, spatial sound authoring, user interface design,
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