Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort

Fröhlich J, Wachsmuth I (2012)
In: Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE. Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE: 147-148.

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To improve user experiences and immersion within virtual environments auditory experience has long been claimed to be of notable importance. This paper introduces a framework, in which objects, enriched with information about their sound properties, are being processed to generate virtual sound sources. This is done with an automatic processing of the 3D-scene and therefore minimizes the effort needed to develop a multimodal virtual world. In order to create a comprehensive auditory experience different types of sound sources have to be distinguished. We propose a differentiation into three classes: locally bound static sounds, dynamically created event based sounds, and ambient sounds to create spatial atmosphere.
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IEEE Virtual Reality 2012
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Orange County, CA, USA
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2012-03-04
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Fröhlich J, Wachsmuth I. Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort. In: Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE. Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE; 2012: 147-148.
Fröhlich, J., & Wachsmuth, I. (2012). Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort. Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE, 147-148.
Fröhlich, J., and Wachsmuth, I. (2012). “Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort” in Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE (Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE), 147-148.
Fröhlich, J., & Wachsmuth, I., 2012. Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort. In Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE. Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE, pp. 147-148.
J. Fröhlich and I. Wachsmuth, “Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort”, Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE, Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE, 2012, pp.147-148.
Fröhlich, J., Wachsmuth, I.: Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort. Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE. p. 147-148. IEEE, Costa Mesa, CA, USA (2012).
Fröhlich, Julia, and Wachsmuth, Ipke. “Acoustically enriched virtual worlds with minimum effort”. Virtual Reality Workshops (VR), 2012 IEEE. Costa Mesa, CA, USA: IEEE, 2012. 147-148.
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