Workshop on Advanced Motion Capture
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Workshop on Advanced Motion Capture

Publié par: le 26 avril 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Program : Dr. Carolina Brum Medeiros will present a two-day workshop at BRAMS on advanced motion capture techniques for the analysis of performer movements. Using the large Qualisys system available at BRAMS, she will discuss effective marker placement and data fusion techniques for the capture of expert performances, using examples of various instrument performances and sports.  

Presentation by Jens Kreitewolf
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Presentation by Jens Kreitewolf

Publié par: le 22 avril 2016 | Pas de commentaire

The influence of voice parameters on perceptual grouping in dynamic cocktail-party listening

Cocktail parties pose a difficult, but solvable, problem for the auditory system (reviewed by Shinn-Cunningham, 2008). The cocktail-party problem is made considerably easier when all sounds within the target stream are spoken by the same talker (Bressler et al., 2014).

Lecture by Philippe Albouy, Ph.D.
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Lecture by Philippe Albouy, Ph.D.

Publié par: le 15 avril 2016 | Pas de commentaire

« Driving brain function with non-invasive rhythmic stimulation: a new way of shaping behavior? »

Substantial efforts in neuroscience have been made to understand how humans process complex stimulus patterns. To perceive and understand such patterns, the brain uses not only specialized centers, but also connections between those regions and other more distant areas.

Conference by Pauline Larrouy-Maestri, PhD
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Conference by Pauline Larrouy-Maestri, PhD

Publié par: le 17 mars 2016 | Pas de commentaire

In-tune versus out-of-tune: On the perception of pitch accuracy

Singing is a common activity. However, on the occasion of special events like birthdays, singing contests, or even in daily life one can witness the great variability of performers regarding pitch accuracy. We typically classify performances as in-tune or out-of tune but the criteria as well as the process to make such judgment remain unclear. This talk aims at (1) clarifying the definition of pitch accuracy, i.e., the criteria on which one relies when listening to melodies, (2) presenting current studies designed to elucidate the mechanisms underlying the process judgment during music perception, and (3), discussing similarities and differences with other perceptual domains.

Conference by Olivier Beauchet & Julia Chabot
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Conference by Olivier Beauchet & Julia Chabot

Publié par: le 29 janvier 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Development Geriatric inclusive Art: Concept, Evidences and perspectives

Conference by Phedra Royle
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Conference by Phedra Royle

Publié par: le 14 janvier 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Development of linguistic competence in French-speaking children

Presentation by Adeline Stervinou
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Presentation by Adeline Stervinou

Publié par: le 11 novembre 2015 | Pas de commentaire

The temporal perception by musician and non-musician adolescents regarding contemporary music excerpts: a comparative study between France, Brazil and Canada

John Middlebrooks will give a lecture on Progress Toward a Successor to the Cochlear Implant