I presently work on a project called Sound Delta at LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay, France.
There’s more information on Sound Delta online here:
I’m interested in joining the workshop to experience and consider my field of motion-interactive spatial audio through your collaborative physical “body-storming” approach. As a lateral thinking method, I’m keen to discover what ideas it may inspire for my research.
Here’s a short bio for me:
Nick Mariette is a Sydney-based sound technologist, software developer, sound artist and spatial audio phonographer, presently working towards a PhD on location-based spatial-audio rendering and perception, working with Nigel Helyer and the AudioNomad group at UNSW. His work in 2006, other than research includes a solo live surround sound performance in Sp[AV]ce at Electrofringe 2006, spatial audio recording for iCinema immersive cinema filming, novel interface development for Pan, a Belvoir B-Sharp theatre production, and experimental radio pieces for FBi and Radio National’s The Night Air. Previous work includes performances, workshops and panels at Electrofringe festivals since 2002, sound technology for AudioNomad work at ISEA 2004, and a generative multichannel sound piece, Yellow Mondays, exhibited in Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona. Until 2003, Nick worked for over four years developing spatial audio software and solutions at Lake Technology, in Sydney and California. In 1998, he graduated with an honours degree in Electrical Engineering from University of New South Wales.