Patents by Inventor Véronique Adam

Véronique Adam has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 8929571
    Abstract: Method for creating an audio environment having N speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N fed by N signals Si, i=1 . . . N generated from M theoretical signals STj, j=1 . . . M provided to feed M theoretical speakers HPTj, j=1 . . . M , wherein: position information is determined relating to the N speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N and a listening point, the two theoretical speakers HPTj and HPTj+1 which would be angularly closest to a speaker HPi, the signal Si is determined according to the following equation: Si=Gi[STj(GpijGeij)+STj+1(Gpi(j+1)Gei(j+1))]e?i??i wherein: Gpij and Gpi(j+1) are panning gains, Geij and Gei(j+1) are balancing gains Gi and i are a positioning gain and delay, respectively, which enable the speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N to be virtually repositioned in terms of distance so that all sounds intended to simultaneously arrive at the listening point according to the encoding format actually arrive therein simultaneously, irrespective of the remoteness of the speakers relative to the listening point.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 26, 2011
    Date of Patent: January 6, 2015
    Assignee: Goldmund Monaco Sam
    Inventors: Michel Reverchon, Véronique Adam
  • Publication number: 20130003999
    Abstract: Method for creating an audio environment having N speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N fed by N signals Si, i=1 . . . N generated from M theoretical signals STj, j=1 . . . M provided to feed M theoretical speakers HPTj, j=1 . . . M wherein: position information is determined relating to the N speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N and a listening point, the two theoretical speakers HPTj and HPTj+1 which would be angularly closest to a speaker HPi, the signal Si is determined according to the following equation: Si=Gi[STj(GpijGeij)+STj+1(Gpi(j+1)Gei(j+1))]e?i??i wherein: Gpij and Gpi(j+1) are panning gains, Geij and Gei(j+1) are balancing gains Gi and i are a positioning gain and delay, respectively, which enable the speakers HPi, i=1 . . . N to be virtually repositioned in terms of distance so that all sounds intended to simultaneously arrive at the listening point according to the encoding format actually arrive therein simultaneously, irrespective of the remoteness of the speakers relative to the listening point.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 26, 2011
    Publication date: January 3, 2013
    Applicant: GOLDMUND MONACO SAM
    Inventors: Michel Reverchon, Véronique Adam