The end of October saw the biggest professional audio trade show in New York: The Audio Engineering Society Convention. The AudioLab had a strong presence there with 4 research papers and two workshops:
Two of our PhD students Cal Armstrong and Thomas McKenzie delivered posters on their work on binaural surround sound:
- Assessing the Authenticity of the KEMAR Mouth Simulator as a Repeatable Speech Source
Researcher Lewis Thresh gave a poster on the difference between loudspeaker listening and 3D audio listening for Virtual Reality systems.
Dr. Gavin Kearney gave demos at a packed binaural listening session where the entire audience was listening to 3D sound over headphones.
Check out the convention report here.