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A fast convolution engine for the Virtual Electronic Poem project

  • Bearbeiter: Stefan Kersten
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  • Angemeldet am: 26.04.2006
  • Eingereicht am: 15.09.2006
  • Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Weinzierl

Zusammenfassung

The Virtual Electronic Poem (VEP) project is a joint effort of several
European institutions aiming at the reconstruction of the "Poème
électronique", one of the first and most influential pieces of media art and
electroacoustic music, by means of virtual reality presentation
techniques.

Funded by the EU commission under the Culture 2000 programme, the project
was carried out as a collaboration between five institutions and individuals,
each responsible for a different aspect of the reconstruction: VRMM Park and
Università di Torino Italy (visual reconstruction), Department of Computer
Science University of Bath (reconstruction of the score), Instytut
Informatyki Politechnika Slaska Gliwice (web presentation), Kees Tazelar of Institute of Sonology The Hague (musical and historical expertise) and Fachgebiet
Kommunikationswissenschaft Technische Universität Berlin (acoustical
reconstruction).

The project started in September 2004 and was presented at the ICMC in
Barcelona in October 2005.

This thesis presents a binaural rendering engine developed for the VEP
project and a method for dealing with large impulse sets by means of
an impulse response cache. The engine was presented together with a
visual rendering for head-mounted display as an integrated, immersive
installation, providing spectators with an experience as closely to
the original performance as possible with today's technology.

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