31st AES International Conference, 2007
"New Directions in

High Resolution Audio"

London, UK        June 25-27, 2007

   

 

 
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Demonstration Facilities and Schedule

In the Listening Room

In the AHI Lab

Listening Room


Centre for Digital Music, Listening Room

The conference will have facilities available which will aid in the demonstration and exhibition of high resolution audio technologies. Notably we will have a high quality audio listening room, specially designed by an acoustician and equipped with high-end surround sound and ambisonic equipment. The room is approximately 6m x 6m x 3m, and has sloped walls in order to deal with acoustic reflections, and to compensate for the listening room acoustics.

Augmented Human Interaction Laboratory

The Augmented Human Interaction (AHI) laboratory is a new facility in the Department of Computer Science that will explore the potential of digital media to enrich and transform human communication. Founded on a collaboration between the Interaction, Media and Communication research group and the Computer Vision group, in conjunction with researchers in open and distance learning, it exploits a unique combination of expertise in expression and gesture recognition, 3D modelling, human-human interaction and engagement and creativity. (more...)  
     

 

Other facilities, such as tables at poster sessions, will also be available for demonstrations.

Participants are encouraged to submit technical papers, tutorials and demonstrations which make use of the facilities.

For information about local facilities, please contact 31st_chair@aes.org

 

 

 

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Download the Programme at a Glance -2 page schedule of conference events and venues.

Note that there are also exhibits from Oxford Digital, Rohde & Schwarz, and Sound Tools in the front foyer of the People's Palace (registration area).

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