SIGNAL is a new dedicated series of discussions and interactive demonstrations focused on cutting-edge technology, creativity and music, featuring artists, educators and creative thinkers. The series is a collaboration between Science Gallery Dublin and Martin Clancy, a music researcher at the Trinity College Dublin’s Long Room Hub.
The Paccar Theatre in the Science Gallery was almost full to capacity. Martin was joined by our V-SENSE Team, Professor Aljosa Smolic and expert panellists including Evangelia Rigaki, Enda Bates, Lubna Gem Arielle, Nicholas Johnson and Néill O’ Dwyer to discuss the future of immersive music in AR and VR.
This event outlined technology for 6DoF VR/AR content creation, recently developed in V-SENSE of Trinity College Dublin, as well as related creative experiments in the use of audio in immersive AR/VR experiences. The panel session was followed a Q&A which revealed many innovative ideas, inspiring viewpoints, and potential future pathways for AR and VR work.