The simulator allows users to walk around virtual 3D architectural models and hear how they sound – in this case an open plan office. Various design parameters and acoustic treatments can be switched on or off inside the audio-visual virtual reality (VR) experience.
What you hear in the virtual reality (VR) is based on highly accurate room acoustic simulations and spatial audio algorithms. Credit: Henning Larsen and the Technical University of Denmark
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