Audio Tech- Panels — VR – AES Keynote Speech by Oculus VR Chief Scientist Michael Abrash 10/29/15 *nyc
AES New York 2015
Thursday, October 29, 1:00 pm — 2:00 pm
Opening Ceremonies / Awards / Keynote Speech
Jim Anderson, New York University – New York, NY, USA
Paul Gallo, Sports Video Group – Yonkers, NY, USA; Director, DTV Audio Group
Andres A. Mayo, Andres Mayo Mastering & Audio Post – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bob Moses, AES – Vashon Island, WA, USA
Frank Wells, AES/Blank Canvas Publishing/Clyne Media – Murfreesboro, TN, USA
The Keynote speaker for the 139th Convention is Michael Abrash.
Michael Abrash is Chief Scientist of Oculus VR. He was the GDI development lead for the first two versions of Windows NT, joined John Carmack to write Quake at Id Software, worked on the first two versions of Xbox, co-authored the Pixomatic software renderer at Rad Game Tools, worked on Intel’s Larrabee project, worked on both augmented and virtual reality at Valve, and currently leads the Oculus Research team. He is also the author of several books, including Michael Abrash’s Graphics Programming Black Book, and has written and spoken frequently about graphics, performance programming, and virtual reality. The title of his talk is “Virtual Reality, Audio, and the Future.” Michael Abrash will talk about why virtual reality is unique and potentially world-changing, and about how and why audio research and development will play a key part in the future of VR.
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