[Clam-devel] Dome Yo Frankie

Natanael Olaiz nolaiz at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 01:41:42 PDT 2009

Hi Pete!,

I don't know if you received my previous message, that I sent just 
before going out for holidays...

I have some local changes on the Blender scripts included in CLAM. 
Furthermore, as YoFrankie is developed in a SVN repository but with 
binary files, I have some hacked binary files and some other scripts 
that are not commited anywhere.

I've to check which files are changed, and I'll upload that to a hosting 
for tomorrow...

Some questions:
    1) do you need sample triggers for characters actions? (as we have 
two versions, one with and one without triggers) For the triggers you 
would need to use the sampler included in the OSC CLAM plugin. If not, 
you could use a loop for every sound source, and just spatialize it....
    2) which kind of decoding algorithm do you expect to use? ATM we 
only have a binaural version (that use a closed -i.e., not included in 
CLAM- database of HRTF), and a VBAP one. Anyway, is easy to adapt some 
ambisonics network examples to the YoFrankie decoding one...

Well, that's it for now. When I will upload the files, I'll send some 
instructions to use it.

And sorry for the late reply...

Best regards,

El 09/08/2009 06:02 PM, Pete Carss escribió:
> [resent due to list issues]
> Hello All,
> I've been busy deploying CLAM into our Dome at the University of
> Plymouth, its going well. I've been using Panda3D mostly, but I'd like
> to make a show of Yo Frankie. What is the status of the Yo
> Frankie/CLAM mods you showed at the Linux Audio Conference? Would you
> be able to let us deploy it in our dome? I'd give full credit of
> course, via some sort of splash screen. I'd also like to credit SAT
> (Montreal) who funded the dome-correction development...
> Yours
> Pete Carss
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