Project

Spatial Listening for Auditory Presentation

This project uses spatialized audio and presentation of audio recordings from different points in space around the listener's head to enable more efficient listening. Examples include: browsing multiple streams of audio simultaneously, with computer-enhanced, selective attention modeling and automatic notification of salient events on secondary channels; spatial representation of a single audio recording to map time into position for more effective dynamic browsing; and auditory "information landscapes" which allow a listener to move in a virtual space among recordings.

This project uses spatialized audio and presentation of audio recordings from different points in space around the listener's head to enable more efficient listening. Examples include: browsing multiple streams of audio simultaneously, with computer-enhanced, selective attention modeling and automatic notification of salient events on secondary channels; spatial representation of a single audio recording to map time into position for more effective dynamic browsing; and auditory "information landscapes" which allow a listener to move in a virtual space among recordings.