[PD] 5.1 Surround Sound, vbap.

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Tue Feb 3 00:11:52 CET 2009

I use VBAP a lot, its very easy to use.  You can download the code for  
my project Swirler, which uses it, but it is not very simple.  It  
would probably be easier to just try VBAP straight.  Basically you  
configure the speakers, then you use vbap to generate the volume  
levels for each speaker.


pix_fiducialtrack would ttrack the reacTable fiducial ID tags that  
they use, otherwise known as reactivision.


On Feb 2, 2009, at 2:45 PM, narbino at ucsd.edu wrote:

> Hello-
> I am doing an installation with a reactable that I am building. The  
> only
> difference is that I am making the glass table top spin. Depending on
> which way the table spins the noise will travel through 5.1 surround  
> sound
> accordingly. Ex. if the table spins to the right the music will spin
> through the speakers to the right and if it spins to the left, music  
> will
> also spin to the left.
> My question is: does anyone have a working 5.1 surround sound patch  
> that I
> could look at? Someone suggested vbap. I also heard there is an object
> called pix_fiducialtrack or something similar? Does anyone know  
> anything
> about this?
> I would really appreciate some information. Thank you
> -Natalie Arbino
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