Abstract: Interactive Sound Spatialization - a Primer

Jens Herder. Interactive Sound Spatialization - a Primer, MM News, (in Japanese), The University of Aizu Multimedia Center, Vol. 8, pp. 8-12, March, 2000.

Sound spatialization is a technology which puts sound into the three dimensional space, so that it has a perceivable direction and distance. Interactive means mutually or reciprocally active. Interaction is when one action (e.g., user moves mouse) has direct or immediate influence to other actions (e.g., processing by a computer: graphics change in size). Based on this definition an introduction to sound reproduction using DVD and virtual environments is given and illustrated by applications (e.g., virtual converts).

Keywords:

Sound Spatialization, DVD, Interactivity, Virtual Concerts, Resource Management


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