Raphaël Sebbe

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In this paper, we present the first step of a project that is able to perform both speech and singing synthesis controlled in real-time. Our aim is to develop a flexible application allowing performers to produce complex and versatile singing - as well as speech - articulations. Thus, we have adapted an existing speech synthesizer, the MBROLA software, to(More)
We propose a novel method, slice marching 1, for segmenting opacified vessels tree in 3D images (volume data), from multislice computed tomography (MSCT) scans. The method uses fast marching with freezing of boundaries to advance inside the vessel, slice per slice. Large scale features, such as vessel section and curvature, are evaluated for each slice.(More)
This paper presents AudioCycle, a prototype application for browsing through music loop libraries. AudioCycle provides the user with a graphical view where the audio extracts are visualized and organized according to their similarity in terms of musical properties, such as timbre, harmony, and rhythm. The user is able to navigate in this visual(More)
This paper presents AudioCycle, a prototype application for browsing through music loop libraries. AudioCycle provides the user with a graphical view where the audio extracts are visualized and organized according to their similarity in terms of musical properties, such as timbre, harmony, and rhythm. The user is able to navigate in this visual(More)
This paper presents AudioCycle, a prototype application for browsing through music loop libraries. AudioCycle provides the user with a graphical view where the audio extracts are visualized and organized according to their similarity in terms of musical properties, such as timbre, harmony, and rhythm. The user is able to navigate in this visual(More)
We propose a novel method, guided slice marching to segment opacified vessels tree in 3D image sets (CT scans). It combines a front propagation technique, slice marching, and an anatomical model to guide the propagation for solving the particular case of touching vessels. The formulation of this method, which is based on interface evolution theory, enables(More)
This paper presents AudioCycle, a prototype application for browsing through music loop libraries. AudioCycle provides the user with a graphical view where the audio extracts are visualized and organized according to their similarity in terms of musical properties, such as timbre, harmony, and rhythm. The user is able to navigate in this visual(More)
This paper describes a natural and intuitive way to create expressive facial animations, using a novel approach based on the so-called ‘multimodal caricatural mirror’ (MCM). Taking as an input an audio-visual video sequence of the user’s face, the MCM generates a facial animation, in which the prosody and the facial expressions of emotions can either be(More)
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