This site is dedicated to the science of spatial hearing: what it is, why it's important, and how it can be affected by aging, hearing loss, and brain dysfunction. Here you will find posts from international experts, reporting on recent findings, new papers, and current directions in the field. Find the blog at http://spatialhearing.org or follow us on twitter @SpatialHearing.
What else is here?
- A paper "Toward objective measures of auditory co-immersion in virtual and augmented reality." This paper was presented by Chris Stecker at the recent 2nd AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality (AVAR), Redmond WA Aug 20-22 2018. http://www.spatialhearing.org/spacelab/reprints/stecker2018avar.pdf
- A short story about binaural listening agents and hearing aids of the future, posted in Dr. Stecker's blog on Hearables and Auditory Virtual and Augmented Reality.
- SpatialHearing.org also hosts the Remote Testing Wiki, a production of the Acoustical Society of America P&P Task Force on Remote Testing.
- Not really part of this blog, but here is a shortcut to the FRL AV Speech Corpus, and the JASA paper that describes it: (Kishline, Colburn, and Robinson 2020)
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