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Immersive Auditory Environments for Teaching and Learning
3D audio simulations allow for the creation of immersive auditory environments for enhanced and alternative interactive learning. Several supporting teaching and learning philosophies are presented. Experimental research and literature on spatial cognition and sound perception provide further backing. Museums, schools, research and training facilities, as well as online educational websites all significantly can benefit from its use. Design dependence on project purpose, content, and audience is explored. An example installation is discussed.
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