We study auditory mechanisms for communication in life-like listening scenarios.
Complex and interactive sound scenes are increasingly used in hearing research. We investigate, measure and model auralization techniques in this project.
Humans have two ears for a reason. They enable us to localize sound sources from different directions, but also to better detect and perceive sounds in noise.
This project focuses on the development of an adaptive directional filtering algorithm based on the user’s anthropometric measures to enhance spatial sound perception.