Audio in Multimedia-A Survey of Projects at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Interactive Media Technology Center, 1989-1995
The Georgia Tech Interactive Media Technology Center has developed a number of multimedia systems, including large projection systems, kiosks, and CD-ROMs. Audio issues faced include bandwidth, storage space, audio levels, cost, synchronization, and time. A number of projects will be discussed, including the Atlanta Olympic multimedia presentations, a symphony with synchronized 3-D animation, and multimedia kiosks for a museum.
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