The Improvisation Reading Group & Speaker Series Presents: Computer Vision Ambisonics
Date and Time
Alexander Hall, Room 066
Come experience a surround-sound project!
SOFAM student Nathan Mejia presents his work using Ambisonics software in the powerful and adaptable Max environment. This system interprets specific locations in 3D space in order to produce sound samples and place them within a surround sound environment. Many avenues of data interpretation are being explored in this project, which complements the intersection of music and image technology in the specific context of accessibility, fashion, and bodily movement.
Free and Open to the Public
Thinking Spaces considers the ways in which improvisation can provide us with new ways of thinking and acting. Throughout the year, this group organizes public talks and workshops, as well as reading sessions based around critical thinking on improvisation.