Object and Channel Representations for Next-Generation Audio Experiences
New forms of audio experiences including advanced spatial sound, interactivity and personalization are revolutionizing the cinema, broadcasting and personal entertainment industries. This renewed appetite for flexibility and improved performance requires going beyond legacy surround sound formats and can only be addressed by new channel-based or object-based representations. We will show how both approaches benefit audio content creation and end-user experience and discuss opportunities for future audio representations and applications.
Nicolas Tsingos, Ph.D, Dolby Laboratories
Wednesday 11:30 – 12:00 – Hyatt Grand ABC
Panel Discussion on “New Techniques for Capturing and Experiencing Immersive Audio”
This panel discussion moderated by Dave Sluberski, Senior Lecturer at RIT’s School of Film and Animation, will explore topics in recording, recreating, and experiencing multi-channel immersive audio – with session speakers, Nicolas Tsingos, Alex Kosiorek, and SungYoung Kim.
Dave Sluberski (Moderator), Rochester Institute of Technology
Wednesday 12:00 – 12:30 – Hyatt Grand ABC
Thirty Years of Motion Pictures began as a “film presentation” entitled Early History and Growth of the Motion Picture Industry and tracking motion picture progress from pre-cinema technology to the present, including illustrated songs, Edison films from the 1890s, turn-of-the-century newsreels, aerial photography, Kinemacolor, Technicolor, animation, industrial films, stop-motion animation, high-speed photography, and narrative film.
Accompaniment provided by Ms. Makia Matsumura
Commentary by Anthony L’Abbate
Wednesday 3:30-5:30 – Dryden Theater