The 3D Tune-In project presented two papers at AES 2017 in Berlin!
Imperial College London, Reactify and the University of Malaga, on behalf of the 3D Tune-In consortium, participated to the 142nd AES International Convention in Berlin.
The 142th Audio Engineering Society Convention 2017, the largest convention at European level of audio professionals, was organised in Berlin from the 20th to the 23rd of May 2017.
PhD. Lorenzo Picinali presenting the results of our Binaural Reverberation comparative study.
Our partners introduced the open-source Toolkit for binaural and loudspeaker-based spatialisation, and hearing aid/hearing loss simulation, together with the initial results from our Binaural Reverberation comparative study. Two papers have been published in the conference proceedings:
- Cuevas-Rodriguez, M., Gonzalez-Toledo, D., de La Rubia-Cuestas, E., Garre, C., Molina-Tanco, L., Reyes-Lecuona, A., Poirier-Quinot, D. & Picinali, L. (2017) An open-source audio renderer for 3D audio with hearing loss and hearing aid simulations. Proceedings of the 142nd Audio Engineering Society Convention, May 2017, Berlin, Germany.
- Picinali, L., Wallin, A., Levtov, Y. & Poirier-Quinot, D. (2017) Comparative perceptual evaluation between different methods for implementing reverberation in a binaural context. Proceedings of the 142nd Audio Engineering Society Convention, May 2017, Berlin, Germany
MSc. María Cuevas presenting our 3DTI Toolkit: binaural and loudspeaker-based spatialisation, and hearing aid/hearing loss simulations.
If you have any question regarding these studies, please email the project coordinator (Lorenzo Picinali - email@example.com).