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Étienne Corteel – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • SMART-I2: “Spatial multi-user audio-visual real-time interactive interface”, A Broadcast Application context
    2009 3DTV Conference: The True Vision – Capture Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian F.g. Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.

  • smart i 2 spatial multi user audio visual real time interactive interface a Broadcast Application context
    3DTV-Conference: The True Vision – Capture Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian F.g. Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.

  • SMART-I2: “Spatial multi-user audio-visual real-time interactive interface”, A Broadcast Application context
    2009 3DTV Conference: The True Vision – Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.

Sidney C Bosworth – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • ammonia volatilization from surface banded and Broadcast Application of liquid dairy manure on grass forage
    Journal of Environmental Quality, 2011
    Co-Authors: Paul D Pfluke, William E Jokela, Sidney C Bosworth

    Abstract:

    : Manure can provide valuable nutrients, especially N, for grass forage, but high NH, volatilization losses from standard surface-Broadcast Application limits N availability and raises environmental concerns. Eight field trials were conducted to evaluate the emission of NH, from liquid dairy manure, either surface Broadcast or applied in narrow surface bands with a trailing-foot implement. Manure was applied using both techniques at rates of approximately 25 and 50 m3 ha(-1) on either orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) on a well-drained silt loam or reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) on a somewhat poorly drained clay soil. Ammonia emission was measured with a dynamic chamber/equilibrium concentration technique. High NH3 emission rates in Broadcast treatments, especially at the high rate (2 to 13 kg ha(-1) h(-1)), occurred during the first few hours after spreading, followed by a rapid reduction to low levels (<0.5 kg ha(-1) h(-1) in most cases) by 24 h after spreading and in subsequent days. Band treatments often followed the same pattern but with initial rates substantially lower and with a less dramatic decrease over time. Total estimated NH3 losses from Broadcast Application, as a percent of total ammoniacal N (TAN) applied, averaged 39% (range of 20 to 59%) from the high manure rate and 25% (range of 9 to 52%) from the low rate. Band spreading reduced total NH3 losses by an average of 52 and 29% for the high and low manure rates, respectively. Results show that the trailing-foot band Application method can reduce NH3 losses and conserve N for perennial forage production.

  • Ammonia volatilization from surface-banded and Broadcast Application of liquid dairy manure on grass forage.
    Journal of Environmental Quality, 2011
    Co-Authors: Paul D Pfluke, William E Jokela, Sidney C Bosworth

    Abstract:

    : Manure can provide valuable nutrients, especially N, for grass forage, but high NH, volatilization losses from standard surface-Broadcast Application limits N availability and raises environmental concerns. Eight field trials were conducted to evaluate the emission of NH, from liquid dairy manure, either surface Broadcast or applied in narrow surface bands with a trailing-foot implement. Manure was applied using both techniques at rates of approximately 25 and 50 m3 ha(-1) on either orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) on a well-drained silt loam or reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) on a somewhat poorly drained clay soil. Ammonia emission was measured with a dynamic chamber/equilibrium concentration technique. High NH3 emission rates in Broadcast treatments, especially at the high rate (2 to 13 kg ha(-1) h(-1)), occurred during the first few hours after spreading, followed by a rapid reduction to low levels (

  • Grass Forage Response to Broadcast or Surface-Banded Liquid Dairy Manure and Nitrogen Fertilizer
    Agronomy Journal, 2010
    Co-Authors: Jeffrey E. Carter, William E Jokela, Sidney C Bosworth

    Abstract:

    Manure can provide valuable nutrients, especially N, for grass forage, but N availability is limited because of high NH 3 volatilization losses from standard surface-Broadcast Application. Field experiments were conducted for 2 yr at two sites in Vermont to evaluate effects of Broadcast or banded liquid dairy manure and Broadcast N fertilizer on grass yield and N utilization. Treatments were applied to orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) on a well-drained silt loam and to reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) on a somewhat poorly drained clay soil. Manure was applied three or four times per year at rates of 25 or 50 m 3 ha -1 either by Broadcasting or by trailing-foot spreading in narrow bands. Fertilizer N was Broadcast at 0, 28, 56, and 84 kg N ha -1 on separate plots at the same time as each manure Application. Fertilizer N increased yields significantly to the medium rate (224 kg ha -1 yr -1 ) on orchardgrass and the high rate (252 kg ha -1 yr -1 ) on the reed canarygrass site. The high rate of banded manure produced 80 to 110% of the yields from the high N fertilizer rate. Yields from the trailing-foot, banded manure Application were 6 to 14% higher than those from Broadcast manure in the two site-years where method had a significant effect. Fertilizer N equivalence of manure averaged 44% with banded and 34% with Broadcast Application. We conclude that surface-banding manure with a trailing-foot applicator has the potential to provide benefits over conventional Broadcast Application by improving N utilization and increasing yield.

Marc Rébillat – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • SMART-I2: “Spatial multi-user audio-visual real-time interactive interface”, A Broadcast Application context
    2009 3DTV Conference: The True Vision – Capture Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian F.g. Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.

  • smart i 2 spatial multi user audio visual real time interactive interface a Broadcast Application context
    3DTV-Conference: The True Vision – Capture Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian F.g. Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.

  • SMART-I2: &amp;#x201C;Spatial multi-user audio-visual real-time interactive interface&amp;#x201D;, A Broadcast Application context
    2009 3DTV Conference: The True Vision – Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video, 2009
    Co-Authors: Marc Rébillat, Brian Katz, Étienne Corteel

    Abstract:

    SMART-I2 is a high quality 3D audio-visual interactive rendering system. In SMART-I2, the screen is also used as a multichannel loudspeaker. The spatial audio rendering is based on Wave Field Synthesis, an approach that creates a coherent spatial perception of a spatial sound scene over a large listening area. The azimuth localization accuracy of the system has been verified by a perceptual experiment. Contrary to conventional systems, SMART-I2 is able to realize a high degree of 3D audio-visual integration with almost no compromise on either the audio or the graphics rendering quality. Such a system can provide benefits to a wide range of Applications.