The Procedural Audio Now! meetups have been on hold for a while but we are planning to get them back up and running in a new location. We will have a talk by Enzien Audio on their latest development and then plan to discuss what we should do, moving forward.
East-London based Enzien Audio are the developers behind Heavy Audio Tools, a highly efficient framework for integrating interactive sound models into a variety of platforms including game engines, VR, embedded hardware and browsers. Joe, Martin and Chris will present some of their latest demos and talk about some of the exciting developments that are in the pipeline for 2017 and beyond.
It will take place in the Media and Arts Technology Studios within the Engineering Building at Queen Mary University of London. A map is provided here https://goo.gl/maps/FWP0f
Access is via the glass fronted entrance foyer.
We are looking to have a discussion with all attendees as to how we should take these events forward, so if anyone has any ideas for talks, speakers we should invite, then please come along. We also intend to scope out how regularly these events should take place, and where we, as a community want them to go. Should we set up a mailing list to allow us to all stay in communication? Should we set up a Procedural Audio Repository for people to share their models within the community? Do you have any ideas for what we should do? Please come along and get involved in the discussion.
We will then head to the pub for some drinks and to continue the discussion.
For more information on all previous event, please check out proceduralaudionow.com.