[PD] measuring distance between speaker and microphon
megalegoland at yahoo.fr
Wed Feb 14 14:32:15 CET 2007
Roman Haefeli a écrit :
> hi all
> i'd like to create a patch, that measures the distance between the
> speaker and the microphone. my first problem is, that i don't know which
> kind of signal would be suitable for that purpose. the simplest is to
> use a dirac impulse. but on the receiver-side it's hard to separate
> unwanted artefacts from the impulse itself. also it would be nice, if it
> would be possible to detect the signal reliably at different amplitudes,
> since the amplitude heavily changes when moving the mic closer to and
> farer from the speaker. i am looking for a method, that allows higher
> precision than the usual block-size (which introduces a grid of ~0.5m @
> 44100Hz, which is not very accurate). also should it be possible to
> detect the signal correctly, when there was reverberation added from a
> room. i know, there are ultrasonic-bases devices to measure a distance
> to a wall, but i don't have clue how they work, but it makes me hope,
> that something similar is possible with pd. any hints are much
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you could use the patch you've made last month for am-radio and use it
to measure latency...
[t b b]
[adc~ 1] |
[route message] |
obviously the message is translated into voltage levels by a modulator
and a demodulator.
In the equation, you will need to substract the latency of the soundcard.
hope you get what I mean, and find something in this way,
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