Smart Asset Management
With the exponential growth of data, smarter ways to organize and explore large collections of files are needed.
Using state-of-the-art techniques in digital signal processing and in artificial intelligence, tsugi DataSpace analyzes your assets – sounds, pictures or texts –, organizes them with a neural network, and lets you browse them in a 3D world.
Because they are classified based on their perceptual features, similar assets will appear close to each other.
New Creative Options
Using DataSpace, sound designers can easily find similarly sounding – yet different – waveforms to layer.
It becomes suddenly obvious that monkey screams can sound a lot like screeching tires, or that a rolling stone and a breathing dragon sound effects share many characteristics.
Pictures with similar shapes and colors, or texts using the same vocabulary or syntax will also appear close to each other.
3D Sound World
Color mapped to loudness
Each cube floating in the 3D world represents a different file. Selecting a cube will display the corresponding
picture or text, or play the related sound.
Picking up the cube and rotating it will show a different representation of the data on each face, for example the waveform, spectrogram or pitch envelope of a sound.
Tsugi's DataSpace offers other navigation features such as a map of the 3D world and placemarks to which you can jump instantly.
In addition to the mouse, gesture controllers such as Microsoft’s Kinect and the Leap from LeapMotion can
Browsing assets becomes even easier and more engaging.
Applications range from interactive installations in museums to the cataloguing of songs for radio stations, or finding books in a library.
Game studios dealing with a lot of sound effects and graphic assets will also greatly benefit from Tsugi's DataSpace.