Architect and Acoustician , Ángel Álvarez-Corbacho contributed virtual acoustic for the Roman Theatre of Regina Turdulorum.
Acoustic Atlas aims to share the amazing work of acoustic researchers in a listenable format. Here you can find some information on each contributor with links to their projects. As the artistic content is added over time, information about these artists and other involved contributors will be shared in here as well. Please contact Acoustic Atlas if you wish to participate in any way.
Artist & Marie S Curie Research fellow creating and curating Acoustic Atlas. I am obsessed with reverb - which is the persistence of sound, the invisible image created by the acoustics of a space and the music that rings in such vast emptiness.
Digital Archaologist Dr. Colleen Morgan, from the Dept of Archaeology (UoY) contributed Leica Laser 3D scanning sessions of Dowkerbottom Cave and Ingleborough Cave. She conducts research on digital media and archaeology, with a special focus on embodiment, avatars, genetics and bioarchaeology.
Prof Gino Iannace from the Università della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli" Dipartimento di Architettura e Disegno Industriale, together with his team contributed the Witches Valley and the Cumanean Sibyl.
Expert in room and heritage acoustics, Dr. Alvarez-Morales contributed acoustic measurements for four UK Cathedrals.
Senior Lecturer in Sound Production and Post Production at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television. Academic supervisor for Acoustic Atlas. Dr. Mariana Lopez is also a sound designer, engineer and field recordist and has used virtual acoustics in practice as a means to understanding medieval drama.
Creative coder, musician and designer. Director at EveryPixelHurts. Contributed to the UI design and all round development of this website and the Acoustic Atlas Experience.