Audiovisual Colocation

What It Is and How To Do It
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Importance of Better Immersion in Media
Sound Design Aspects of Audiovisual Colocation
Principles of Audiovisual Colocation
How to Prototype Your Own Original Audiovisual Colocation Systems
Commercial applications and use cases for colocated audiovisual media

Requirements

  • This course is for anyone interested in some of the newest frontiers in immersive audiovisual media and sound design.

Description

Audiovisual Colocation is a new kind of immersive media technique in which sounds are mapped to the same spatial locations as their visual sources in the screen. This course covers the general principles of audiovisual colocation, its many use cases, and also shows how to build your own colocative audiovisual media system.

Who this course is for:

  • Creatives interested in audiovisual media
  • Sound Designers
  • Media Producers
  • Game Developers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Musicians
  • Filmmakers
  • Makers
  • Designers
  • Exhibitors
  • Artists
  • Prototypers
  • Storytellers
  • Software Developers
  • DIY

Course content

7 sections23 lectures1h 49m total length
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    00:07
  • About the Instructor
    00:34
  • Research Colloquium Presentation
    00:21
  • Open Source & Open Innovation
    03:45
  • Background and Forward Looking Discussion on Audiovisual Colocation Technologies
    07:10
  • Emerging Audiovisual Technologies
    1 question

Instructor

Electronic Audiovisual Creativity and then some
Myk Eff
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  • 6 Courses

Myk Eff is the electronic music 'band and brand' name of Dr. Michael Filimowicz who is Senior Lecturer in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) at Simon Fraser University. He also makes performance visuals as VJ Loop Zone, and publishes web development books as Mike Ludo (given the generally unmarketable quality of long Polish last names!).

He is editor of Routledge's Sound Design book series and blogs on Medium at Sound and Design.