Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data

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Abstract

Capturing the spatio-temporal properties of the sound field in a room is valuable for its characterization, as it enables to analyze the specific acoustic space. Current sensing methods typically aim at inferring directional properties of the sound field (i.e., directional impulse responses, power flows, etc.) at a specific location, or a combination of independent locations in the room. This work examines the use of novel sensing principles and reconstruction methods for capturing an acoustic field over a large region of space. This is a challenging problem, as measurements of the sound field over large volumes typically require an unfeasible experimental effort, particularly in large rooms. Specifically, we present an acousto-optic tomography method aimed at reconstructing the sound field from a sparse selection of seemingly incomplete data. A set of wave basis functions is used to interpolate the field, making it possible to predict the sound pressure field over a large spatial aperture. The study presents the measurement principle and experimental results of the volumetric reconstruction of a sound field in a lightly damped room.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics
Number of pages7
PublisherNederlands Akoestisch Genootschap
Publication date2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventInternational Symposium on Room Acoustics 2019 - Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 15 Sep 201917 Sep 2019
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Conference

ConferenceInternational Symposium on Room Acoustics 2019
LocationPakhuis de Zwijger
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period15/09/201917/09/2019
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Keywords

  • Room acoustic measurements
  • Acousto-optic effect
  • Sensing
  • Acoustic holography
  • Tomography
  • Compressive sensing
  • Inverse problems

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Fernandez Grande, E., Verburg Riezu, S. A., & Hahmann, M. (2019). Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics Nederlands Akoestisch Genootschap.
Fernandez Grande, Efren ; Verburg Riezu, Samuel Arturo ; Hahmann, Manuel. / Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics. Nederlands Akoestisch Genootschap, 2019.
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Fernandez Grande, E, Verburg Riezu, SA & Hahmann, M 2019, Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data. in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics. Nederlands Akoestisch Genootschap, International Symposium on Room Acoustics 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 15/09/2019.

Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data. / Fernandez Grande, Efren; Verburg Riezu, Samuel Arturo; Hahmann, Manuel.

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics. Nederlands Akoestisch Genootschap, 2019.

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Fernandez Grande E, Verburg Riezu SA, Hahmann M. Acousto-optic capture of the sound field in a room based on sparse measurement data. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Room Acoustics. Nederlands Akoestisch Genootschap. 2019