Friday 5 April 2019
It’s the season when our third year students are frantically building, testing and researching for their major projects. During their third year, Media Technology students conduct a self-managed project of significant scale and complexity, in which they create an artefact that provides a solution to an identified technical problem or challenge. The output of the projects usually take the form of a piece of hardware or software or the practical implementation of a new technique or dataset.
The students then produce a 10,000 word dissertation based on their project and demonstrate the output in a conference style exhibition.
We warmly welcome graduates, industry contacts, friends of the programme and anyone interested in media technologies to attend this year’s exhibition. Come and see what our students have been up to and discuss their projects and aspirations.
Date: Thursday 23 May
Location: Spark Atrium, Solent University
Confirmed titles are listed below and will be added to as the student confirm their finalised titles:
BEng (Hons) Audio and Acoustic Engineering
Arina Epure: Sounds of Colours Application
Thomas Hutchin: An Investigation into Calibrated Noise for Sound Masking in an Analysed Room
Andre Oliveira Pires: Study and analysis of Audio Valves
Jed Pizzey: Investigation into the Soundscape of West Quay
James Sharpe: Noise Exposure in the London Underground
Tom Thomas: A Low Cost Device to Monitor HD-SDI and Fiber Optic Signals
BSc (Hons) Audio Engineering
Barnaby Hewitt: Enhancement of Stereo Image Quality of an All-in-One Speaker Through Beamsteering Technologies
Ewan Munro: A Comparison of Performance Metrics for Audio Networking Protocols
Diogo Pereira: The Influence of Natural Soundscapes on Mathematical and Cognitive Performance
Nicholas Smith: Analysis of Techniques for Capturing Birdsong and Very Quiet Sounds
Lia Smith: Can the Use of Restorative Soundscapes in Virtual Reality be Used to Aid Wellness?
Thomas Stone: Development of an Analogue EQ with Instantly Recallable Presets
BSc (Hons) Broadcast Systems Engineering
Philip Ludgate: Cloud-based MAM and Playout System
BSc (Hons) Live Sound Technology
Edward Beaumont-Dark: Low Frequency Propagation Control for Live Events
Ryan Crook: Comparison of Analogue and Digital Live Mixing Consoles and How Well Analogue Consoles Stand in Today's Digital Era
Holly Keeys: An Exploration into whether Sound Effects or Music Have a Greater Impact on the Emotional Response of a Viewer in a Cinematic Environment
Samantha Stafford: Noise Exposure of Gaming and E-Sports
BSc (Hons) Music Technology
Sebastian Duran: Acoustic Design Criteria for Higher Educational Learning Environments
Justyna Lubas: MIDI Controller
BSc (Hons) Television Production Technology
James Mcbride: Applications of a Raspberry Pi Thermal Camera