Public Lecture: Creating directional sound and contact free tactile feedback through airborne ultrasound
Public Lecture: Creating directional sound and contact free tactile feedback through airborne ultrasound by Faculty of Creative Industries on 26th February 2016
A brief presentation of the company Ultrasonic audio technologies with its current an future products, followed by an introduction to the fields of non-linear acoustics and ultrasound haptics.
About the Speaker
Miha Ciglar is a composer and researcher in the field of audio technologies. He holds a MSc degree from the Academy of Music and the University of Technology in Graz, Austria. In 2008, Ciglar founded the Institute for Sonic Arts Research – IRZU. He is the initiator and curator of the international sonic arts festival EarZoom, which takes place annually, since 2009 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2011 he founded Ultrasonic audio technologies – a start-up company, developing a wide range of products including new musical interface controllers based on non-contact tactile feedback and computer vision, directional speakers based on modulated ultrasound, as well as several mobile applications combining music making and gaming. Ciglar was the conference chair of the 2012 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), which was held at IRZU in Ljubljana, Slovenia
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