Founders of immersive technology startups Ease VR, NuHeara and Dysonics come together at an event hosted by Intonic in association with Angel Launch, to discuss the future of immersion in audio. From 3D sound for VR to comfort analytics to biosensing technologies, this was a meeting of minds that promises a bright (or loud) future for interactive audio.
Next week, Intonic presents an installation for "Mozart and the Mind" - a festival celebrating the intersection of Art, Science and Technology in San Diego. The installation, called ‘Cocktail Part A’ - is an interactive system that translates speech signals into music. The algorithm strips out semantic content from the voice pattern, selecting samples based on harmonic or formant content, and applying a range of filters and other forms of DSP such that the original linguisti