Applications of Ultrasonic Sound Beams in Performance and Sound Art

Applications of Ultrasonic Sound Beams in Performance and Sound Art
Applications of Ultrasonic Sound Beams in Performance and Sound Art
Pampin, Juan, Joel S. Kollin, and Eunsu Kang. "Applications of Ultrasonic Sound Beams in Performance and Sound Art". Proceedings of the joint 33rd International Computer Music Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, (2007): 492-495. Print.

ABSTRACT

Ultrasound technology has been used in many fields for measurement, imaging, and even therapeutic goals. Recently ultrasound has become available as a medium to create hyper-directional sound beams, enabling the ability to manipulate sound projection in a way analogous to light. This paper presents a brief overview of ultrasound audio technology, and introduces several lines of investigation related to applications of sound beams in performance and sound art currently under development at our center.

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