"walking down the cochlea" video (Christian Kaernbach )

Subject: "walking down the cochlea" video
From:    Christian Kaernbach  <chris(at)NEUROINFORMATIK.RUHR-UNI-BOCHUM.DE>
Date:    Wed, 4 May 1994 19:20:55 +0200

Hi All, I got quite a few responses to my message asking for a "walking down the cochlea" video. Many of them asked to be informed about the result of my inquiry. Here is a survey of all hints I have got so far: ============== Steve Mcadams <Steve.McAdams(at)ircam.fr> writes: There was a very nice video (in French) called "La danse des cils" done by Remy Pujol in Montpellier which may have what you are looking for. HARTMANN(at)MSUPA.PA.MSU.EDU (Bill Hartmann) writes: Eberhard Zwicker made a video of travelling waves on his model cochlea. You can probably get a copy from Hugo Fastl or from his son Tilmann in Munich. If you're interested and have trouble getting them from Munich, I have a copy. I presume it works much better on PAL than NTSC. Jont Allen <jba(at)research.att.com> writes: There is some work done on apple at Univ of wisconson, but I dont think it is as complex as your asking for. I doubt there is anything like what your are looking for. It is hard enough to find correct information written down in paper form. steveng(at)cogsci.Berkeley.EDU (Steve Greenberg) writes: Yes, I have developed one and would be willing to get you a copy. It works on a Mac under Suprecard using Macromind Director to coontrol the animations. Avery Wang <avery(at)ccrma.Stanford.EDU> writes: I think Malcolm Slaney at Apple Computer has such a demo. I know I saw is as a Quicktime movie (must be played on a Macintosh). I don't know if they have it on video. I will ask. =================== I will try to get copies of the videos mentioned, and I will send a commented survey as soon as I have seen them alllll :) - Christian Kaernbach

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