January 26, 2011 - Audio for Games Conference Almost Here, 43rd Call for Papers, Job Board Update
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AES 41st International Conference, 2011
There is less than a week left to register for the upcoming conference on Audio for Games in London! A full technical programme is available online where you will see that UK games veteran John Broomhall will be giving what promises to be a very entertaining keynote. Make sure to register today!
AES 43rd International Conference, 2011
The importance of audio functionality in handheld devices has grown rapidly. As more handheld devices embrace the Internet via wireless connectivity, they are constantly evolving to become even more powerful hosts of multimedia contents. Considering the fast-changing environment of personal devices, it is timely for a conference to discuss the trends and future of audio technologies for wireless-enabled handheld devices connected to one other and also to home music systems. This conference will focus on the state-of-the-art developments of audio technologies for wirelessly networked handheld devices. This three-day conference aims to bring audio and system engineers together for the discussion. During the conference, we will discuss issues including wireless audio, new paradigms of coding technologies, immersive 3-D audio, synthetic audio, audio signal processing for future applications, and issues regarding system implementations of personal devices.
For a full list of proposed topic areas please visit our Call for Papers (PDF).
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