Tag Archives: Localization

Doctoral Researcher Position

A fixed-term (3 years) position for a doctoral researcher is available at the Institute of Communications Engineering, Laboratory of Signal Processing and Virtual Acoustics, University of Rostock, Germany. The aim of the project is to acoustically localize and classify cavitation … Continue reading

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Paper: Assessing localization accuracy in sound field synthesis

H Wierstorf, A Raake, S Spors, “Assessing localization accuracy in sound field synthesis,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141, p. 1111-1119 (2017), 10.1121/1.4976061 It is published as open access (CC BY 4.0), so feel free to download … Continue reading

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Two!Ears Auditory Model 1.0 Released

The first public available version of the Two!Ears auditory model was published these days, please go to the download section of the project and have a look at the installation guide in order to try it out. TWO!EARS is a … Continue reading

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Paper: Localization of a virtual point source within the listening area for Wave Field Synthesis

Hagen Wierstorf has presented a conference paper at the 133rd Convention of the Audio Engineering Society in San Fransisco. The paper investigates the localization properties of Wave Field Synthesis at different listening positions with the listening area for different array … Continue reading

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Paper: Perception and evaluation of sound fields

In a recent paper the percetual evaluation of sound fields created by Sound Field Synthesis is discussed: H. Wierstorf, S. Spors, and A. Raake. Perception and evaluation of sound fields. In Open Seminar on Acoustics, September 2012. Abstract– Sound field … Continue reading

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