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[CNT12] Extensible Sound Description in COLLADA: A Unique File for a Rich Sound Design

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : 9th Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology Conference (ACE 2012), November 2012, pp.151-166, Kathmandu, Nepal, (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-34292-9)

Mots clés: sound design, scene description language, COLLADA

Résumé: Most standard scene description languages include a sound description and factorize common elements needed by the description of visual and auditory in-formation. Both aspects are described with the same coordinate system for ex-ample. However, as soon as a dynamic description or external data are required, this benefit is lost and all the glue must be done by a programming solution that does not fit designers or authors usual skills. In this paper we address this prob-lem and propose a solution to give back to designers the bigger role even when the scene is dynamic or based on procedural synthesizers. This solution is based on the COLLADA file format in which we have added sound support, scripting capabilities and external extensions. The use of this augmented COLLADA language is illustrated through the creation of a dynamic urban soundscape.

Equipe: ilj

BibTeX

@inproceedings {
CNT12,
title="{Extensible Sound Description in COLLADA: A Unique File for a Rich Sound Design}",
author=" S. Chan and S. Natkin and G. Tiger and A. Topol ",
booktitle="{9th Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology Conference (ACE 2012)}",
year=2012,
edition="Springer",
month="November",
pages="151-166",
address="Kathmandu, Nepal",
doi="10.1007/978-3-642-34292-9",
}