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Aural Rendering Systems
01 Sep 2002
By: William R Sherman and Alan B Craig
Understanding Virtual Reality:Interface, Application, and Design
http://www.bookfinder.com/dir/i/Understanding_Virtual_Reality-Interface,_Application,_and_Design/1558603530/

A programmable sound processor can be used to compute sounds (rather than playing back stored ones). This requires a powerful computer or Digital Signal Processing (DSP) system. The Symbolic Sound Kyma/Capybara system consists of Kyma software, which allows one to visually design algorithms for computing wave- forms, and the Capybara hardware, which consists of multiple DSP chips computing in parallel for a display featuring a multitude of complex sounds in real time...


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