ACCAD is pleased to welcome Professor Brad Garton from Columbia University. He will present a lecture on Sound Design for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Environments. Brad Garton is a faculty member in the Music Composition Department at Columbia University, and he serves as Director of the Computer Music Center at Columbia. Also at Columbia University, he co-founded the MA in Sound Arts in collaboration with the School of Art. Professor Garton is the primary developer (with Dave Topper) of RTcmix, a real time music synthesis/ signal-processing language. His current work includes focused research on the modeling and enhancement of acoustic spaces, as well as the modeling of human musical performance on various virtual "instruments." Prof. Garton's visit is being sponsored by the Humane Technologies Discovery Theme Project. Join us for this special presentation by Prof. Garton on March 20th at ACCAD. His Lecture will be held in ACCAD's Motion Lab, Room 350, Sullivant Hall, 1813 N. High Street.
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Professor Garton will also be performing the night before with Ann Stimson (OSU School of Music), Monday March 19th in Weigel Hall.