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Wave field synthesis with synchronous distributed signal processing

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2 Author(s)
Pellegrini, R.S. ; Sonic Emotion AG, Dielsdorf, Switzerland ; Rosenthal, M.

Wave field synthesis (WFS) aims at recreating virtual sound sources in a predefined enclosure using loudspeaker arrays. The technology was first developed at TU Delft. The wave-fronts of many virtual sources are created according to the Huygens principle. The applications of WFS require a large scalability in signal processing. Absolute synchronicity among all processing elements is a mandatory requirement for WFS. Further, in many applications, a controlled synchronicity to other modalities, such as vision, is desired. A complete signal processing framework including a synchronous network is introduced. The system includes a low-latency network to create a distributed database. The applicability of standard network protocols are illustrated and required accuracy and achievable performance are discussed.

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Multimedia Signal Processing, 2004 IEEE 6th Workshop on

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29 Sept.-1 Oct. 2004