On December 18, 2016, the Acoustical Society of Japan (ASJ) Kansai Branch Students and Young Researchers Forum was held at Kansai University Centenary Memorial Hall. At the event, Kyosuke Sugiura of the Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Major of Information and Computer Science) received the Best Incentive Award. The award is offered to young researchers who made outstanding scientific research presentations.
Sugiura established a system that renders sound changes in coordination with head movement and provides a highly realistic VR experience by incorporating a sound field rendering system that takes account of sound reflection in a room into an HMD-VR (Head Mounted Display-Virtual Reality) system.
Title of Presentation:
‘Binaural sound field rendering with HMD’
Second year, Master’s Program in Information and Computer Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering
(graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Information Systems Design)
Takao Tsuchiya (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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