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PHE Publication page
Please find here a list of all PHE related publications. We have included links to papers and videos when available.
- B. F. G. Katz, D. Murphy, and A. Farina, “Exploring cultural heritage through acoustic digital reconstructions,” Physics Today, vol. 73, pp. 32–37, dec 2020, doi:10.1063/pt.3.4633.
Conference presentations with publications
B. F. G. Katz, D. Murphy, and A. Farina, “The Past Has Ears (PHE) : XR Explorations of acoustic spaces as Cultural Heritage,” in Intl Conf on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics (SALENTO AVR) (L. De Paolis and P. Bourdot, eds.), vol. 12243 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, (Salento), pp. 91–98, Sept. 2020, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58468-9_7.
N. Eley, S. Mullins, P. Stitt, and B.F.G. Katz, “Virtual Notre-Dame: Preliminary results of real-time auralization with choir members”, Intl Conf on Immersive and 3D Audio (I3DA), Sept. 2021. (preprint)
B.F.G. Katz, J.-M. Lyzwa, D. Poirier-Quinot, “La Vierge 2020 : Reconstructing a virtual concert performance Through Historic Auralisation of Notre-Dame Cathedral”, Intl Conf on Immersive and 3D Audio (I3DA), Sept. 2021. (preprint)
Conference presentations without publication
- A. Farina, “Future technologies for auralization in archaeoacoustics”, Keynote presentation, Intl Conf on Immersive and 3D Audio (I3DA), Sept. 2021.
- J.P.D. Cooper, C. Cooper, and D.T. Murphy, “The Soundscapes of Parliament in Early Modern England”, Soundscapes of the Early Modern World, 5-9 July 2021.
- D.T. Murphy, C. Cooper, and J.P.D. Cooper, “Horror Vacui: Balancing evidence and imagination during the virtual reconstruction of St Stephen’s Chapel, Palace of Westminster”, Symposium on Scholarly Reconstruction: An Interdisciplinary Discussion on Methods, Outcomes, and Limits of Reconstruction Practices, Newcastle University, 19-20 July, 2021.