Posted November 11, 2018 04:17:30The computer sound system can be used to create a realistic soundscape in a video game or film, according to a study from the University of Southern California.
Computer sound systems can also be used in movies, which can add an extra layer of immersion, researchers said in a paper published online on Wednesday.
Computer sounds are used to provide visual cues to the player or to convey information about the world, said study lead author Dr. Richard Riedel, a professor of communication studies at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.
Computer systems that create sound can also provide an immersive experience, helping the player to feel like they are in a real environment, Riedal said.
“Computer systems have traditionally been limited to the real world.
They have been limited by the physical limitations of the computer hardware, which limits the sound and other physical effects of the sound system,” he said.
The researchers, who were not affiliated with USC, studied sound systems used in games such as Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Sound systems used by video game characters and NPCs in video games were simulated using computer sound technology.
They simulated sound sources, such as speakers, microphones, and speakers with audio output, and created sound effects, such a boom or crash.
The simulated sound effects were then converted into 3D video.
The sound sources were used to simulate the sound of weapons firing and explosions.
Riedel said computer sound is an important technology that can help improve the visual quality of video games and movies.
The research was published online in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.Follow us: