Symposium iX — Sound & Immersion
February 6, 2021
For its 7th edition, the iX Symposium will explore the theme of Sound & Immersion. The event will take place in the SATELLITE Hub, a new immersive web platform developed by the SAT.Watch online
Bretez project, archeology of soundscapes
Acoustic simulation in a virtual reconstruction of a district of Paris in the 18th century. Presentation by Mylène Pardoen, CNRSWatch online
6 degrees of freedom navigation in the Montreal Symphony Orchestra
A demonstration of navigation at 6 degrees of freedom in a virtual reproduction of the Maison symphonique de Montréal, with the audio recording of Beethoven's Symphony N°6. Presentation by Zack Settel, Music6D and Nicolas Bouillot, MetalabWatch online
Sound & Immersion
The iX Symposium, dedicated to the immersive experience, was created by the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) in 2014 as a platform for discussion, sharing and creation of immersive technologies. An annual international gathering of leading names in immersion, the symposium is a playground to explore the possibilities of new immersive environments: domes, virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed realities…
The iX Symposium will take place on February 6, 2021, in partnership with the Ircam Forum and McGill University. This 7th edition will be devoted to experimentation around the theme "Sound & Immersion" and will take place in the virtual space SATELLITE, the SAT's new immersive web platform. You will be able to follow the lectures and discussions live on Facebook and Vimeo.
holds a Bachelor's degree in Digital Music from the Université de Montréal (2017) and a Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering...
holds a PhD in graphic computing from Arts et Métiers ParisTech (2013). He has an interest in everything related to 3D, photography and space.
is a composer, improviser and researcher in Digital Arts. As a transdisciplinary, transcalar and integrative magic practitioner...
is a soundscape archaeologist at the CNRS. She studies and analyzes historical soundscapes and designs their restitution. Designer of the Bretez Project...
holds a PhD in computer science from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (2005). He is interested in telepresence, sound spatialization...
holds a PhD in musical composition from the University of Montreal (2003). He is interested in 6 degrees of freedom composition...
The iX Symposium 2021 is organized jointly with the Ircam Forum and McGill University. The Ircam Forum workshops in Montreal, an international meeting bringing together Forum members and the international community of music and sound technology specialists, will be held online from February 4 to 12, 2021.