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Vers un acousmonium en immersion VR en ambisonie 3D et binaural

Abstract : Since 2015, MotusLab and IReMus have been collaborating on a research project on the recording, study and transmission of acousmatic music performance. This article describes a new stage of the project aimed at creating an acousmonium in virtual reality (VR). To do this, MotusLab and IReMus collaborated with, on the one hand, the CICM of the University of Paris 8 for the realization of the VR acousmonium in Unity and, on the other hand, the LAM of Sorbonne University for the acoustic measurement of loudspeakers. The long-term objective is to develop the MotusLabTool software, used for acousmatic music research, to enable a quality binaural rendering of performance recordings.
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Christine Webster, Nathanaëlle Raboisson, Olivier Lamarche, Pierre Couprie, Hugues Genevois. Vers un acousmonium en immersion VR en ambisonie 3D et binaural. Journées d'informatique musicale, Oct 2020, Strasbourg, France. ⟨hal-02977660⟩

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