Monthly Archives: November 2015

Slides: “On the validity of virtual reality-based auditory experiments: a case study about ratings of the overall listening experience”, LRZ Munich

A few months ago, I gave a general talk about creating Virtual Reality (VR) environments at the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum in Munich. I just uploaded the slides in case someone else is interested in this topic. A lot of slides focus on how to create auditory stimuli for VR environments. Furthermore, I presented also some results about a study which has been carried out to investigate the differences between “real world” experiments and VR experiments in the context of auditory experiments.
Link to slides: schoeffler_lrz_munich_2015 (AudioLabs Mirror)

In addition to the slides, my students, my supervisor, and I published a Journal Paper that describes the study in more detail (Link to Springer VR).