Past Event: Auditory Mechanisms for Spatial Hearing (Was Hearing 101)
January 28, 2021 at 6:00 pm
Location: Redmond, WA - Via Zoom
Moderated by: Greg Dixon
Speaker(s): James D. (JJ) Johnston - Chief Scientist, Immersion Networks
JANUARY MEETING NOTICE
Auditory Mechanisms for Spatial Hearing
WITH JAMES D. (JJ) JOHNSTON - Chief Scientist, IMMERSION NETWORKS
THURSDAY, 1/28/21 6PM PACIFIC. VIA ZOOM
JJ'S PREVIOUS TALK ON THE BASICS OF HEARING (APRIL 2019) WAS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF A SINGLE EAR.
Since it's been a while, JJ will summarize the content of that talk and then discuss the features of hearing that provide binaural cues, such as
time (phase) arrival,
dispersion (acoustic, both head related and transmission related), and
how they interact with directional, distance, and external/internal sensation.
This talk will not be a complete discussion, as there isn't enough time, but it will touch on the major points relating to sensation and spatialization. A variety of hearing and acoustics matters will be presented in a high-level fashion.
The meeting will be a virtual one, via Zoom. We use Eventbrite for ticketing (free). Refer to our website for the EB link and JJ's Bio. The meeting report for Hearing 099 can also be found there. Besides the written report, there are both audio and video recordings of the meeting.