A Study on the Improvement of Sound Quality by Compensatory Variables through Improved Openness in Virtual Space
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2020 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Seong-Geon Bae
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I11P211|
MLA Style: Seong-Geon Bae "A Study on the Improvement of Sound Quality by Compensatory Variables through Improved Openness in Virtual Space" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.11(2020):89-91.
APA Style:Seong-Geon Bae. A Study on the Improvement of Sound Quality by Compensatory Variables through Improved Openness in Virtual Space International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(11),89-91.
In human-computer interaction (HCI), research on interacting with a computer using voice is continuously being studied. This is currently being applied in virtual reality space. In response to this trend, various studies are being conducted to improve the acoustic spatial feeling felt in a virtual space. This sense of reality can be improved by improving the sense of space. In this paper, improving the acoustic spatial feeling was processed by continuously changing the sound effect by separating the open space and the closed space in the virtual space area. It isn`t easy to apply all diversifying environments in a virtual space, and it is a general method to apply without considering space by continuously generating a certain sound effect. It is to apply sound effects that can be applied to various spaces by applying them to sound signals in such a diversified virtual space or complex space. Most of the studies focused on studying spatial sound effects that can apply diversity as a variable in general, where the features of virtual space are not well established. In this study, although it is a prior study to support advanced sound effects that change according to computer space and users in the field of HCI research, it is to study the applicability by changing the application to the variable space. Introduction Apply the usual method. Through such research, we have studied a method that can add more realistic feeling in virtual or complex spaces.
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Human-computer interaction, acoustic spatial feeling, spatial sound effects, virtual or complex spaces