ECET Immersive Audio Lab

The primary purpose of this laboratory is to provide a customizable space for the development and implementation of innovative auditory and crossmodal participant experiments. Specific research areas include advanced applied psychoacoustics experiments for open-space extended reality (XR), audio-visual congruence for immersive telecommunication applications, spatial masking in speech-in-noise understanding, auditory training and critical listening, and more. This laboratory is also being used to teach the latest technologies in spatial and XR audio including Higher Order Ambisonics (HoA), Dolby ATMOS, Auro3D, Yamaha Active Field Control (AFC), and the NHK 22.2 System.




Sungyoung Kim
Associate Professor