Blewett Presents Audio Research in VR at the 137th AES Convention
Participants: Bryan Dalle Molle, James Pinkl, Mark Blewett
Los Angeles, CA
The Audio Engineering Society is the professional society for audio technologists. With over 14,000 members world-wide, AES serves its community by hosting conventions and committees, publishing a scientific journal, and creating and maintaining international standards for related technologies and practices.
Each year, two Conventions are held, one in Europe and one in the United States, that are the largest gatherings of audio professionals in the world. Each convention features workshops, tutorials, technical papers and a trade show floor. This year’s 137th Convention will be held in Los Angeles from October 9th to the 12th.
Electrical and Computer Engineering and Electronic Visualization Laboratory graduate student, Mark Blewett will present research on Dynamic Audio Imaging in the CAVE2™. The Convention e-brief is authored by Blewett, James Pinkl and Bryan Dalle Molle.
Date: October 9, 2014 - October 12, 2014
Document: Dynamic Audio Imaging in Radial Virtual Reality Environments