[AG-TECH] Sound localisation work?
Ivan R. Judson
judson at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Nov 28 09:29:26 CST 2002
is a circular device (imagine a meeting table) with many of the properties
required to do localization (on the capture side).
What we might want in the AG is a linear version of this, not a circular
On Thu, 28 Nov 2002, Ivan R. Judson wrote:
> has some interesting pointers to finding audio sources. There's alot of
> interesting work documented in the neighborhood of that url.
> The key seems to be:
> 1) identify the audio stream you care about,
> 2) find the video stream containing that individual
> in our system with 1 audio and 4 video streams that means either
> 1) knowing more about the physical space and the devices, or
> 2) decoupling things so we can use the audio and video as analytical parts
> to search better.
> On Thu, 28 Nov 2002, Colin Perkins wrote:
> > --> "Michael Daw" writes:
> > >I'm just wondering if anyone knows of any work going on to do with sound
> > >localisation in the AG? I'm thinking particularly of development to help
> > >locate where peoples' images are on the screen and in holding simultaneous
> > >conversations between sites, or anything related.
> > >
> > >I'd be grateful if someone could provide contacts (if any).
> > There is primative localisation support in RAT, although I don't know of
> > anyone using it with the AccessGrid.
> > Colin
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