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GDC Europe 2013 Session Scheduler

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AstoundSound: True 3D Spatial Audio Processing for Games (Presented by GenAudio Inc)

Michel Henein  |  Senior VP of Gaming Products, GenAudio, Inc.


Location: Sdliches Sitzungszimmer

Format: Sponsored Session
Track: Production
Vault Recording: Not Recorded


Based on years of MRI neuro-audio research and numerical analysis, GenAudio has created a highly accurate and true to life 3D audio digital filter technology called AstoundSound. The filters that make up AstoundSound are quite different from typical HRTFs (Head-Related Transfer Functions): these new filters model how the human brain perceives sound spatially as opposed to HRTFs that only model the anatomy of the ear. As a result, we call our proprietary filters BRTFs (Brain-Related Transfer Functions.) The session agenda is to introduce AstoundSound to audio/game developers and showcase the upcoming plugins for Wwise due for release Q4 2013.