Monthly Archives: August 2007
A press release recently announced a new PlayStation3 game called DiRT, and stated that it used Ambisonic sound. For those of us in the surround sound community, implementing Ambisonics in games is an obvious match … but for those in … Continue reading
I put up a poll on Ambisonia asking people how they listen to surround sound. If you get a chance, please have a vote!
Given the difficulty of getting a decent binaural preview for all the tunes on Ambisonia, would it not be better to offer a stereo preview? This would satisfy 51% of the aim of the binaural preview. It would: Offer an … Continue reading
I _know_ where ambisonia needs to go (more or less), but I dont have the resources to take it there. The challenge is not even prioritisation anymore. There is so much work to do that not even prioritisation seems to … Continue reading
The thing that really made Video a huge hit on the Internet was when it was possible to play it directly from a web page. As I have stated before, I think that binaural is really important to ambisonics, simply … Continue reading
I mean really… how many web sites are using light blue as a background colour … its all the bloody rage.
This blog is about ambisonia.com … but I’m really enjoying thinking about mahalo.com, putting myself in the shoes of product manager for mahalo.com … and seeing how I would think/process its challenges. I think this helps in my thinking for … Continue reading
… and I’m not sure what it is, but I can kind of smell it. Ok, so, I’m saturated with a copious road map. Basically, the upcoming things are: allow binaural listens directly from the web page (lower barrier to … Continue reading
As of this week, ambisonia.com is getting more hits from Wikipedia than it is from Google. That’s an astounding statistic. It means that at least from my perspective, Wikipedia has more control over traffic to my site than Google. If … Continue reading
On thursday, I met up with the lawyer who will look after the legals on the site. He will craft up 2 documents, the end user license agreement and the ‘contributor’ agreement. This will allow Ambisonia to sell content. I … Continue reading