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Keep up to date with the latest project news, research and public outreach activities.

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3D scanning my head to further virtual reality research

15.03.2022

SONICOM's new Science Communication Officer, Harry Jenkins, recounts his experience having his head 3D scanned as part of the project.

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Ethics and artificial intelligence

13.12.2021

SONICOM researchers dive-in to understand more about the values and safety of using AI in the project.

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Free binaural tools not just for the binaural researcher, for everyone

25.11.2021

SONICOM'S coordinator Dr Lorenzo Picinali (Imperial College London) in collaboration with the University of Malaga have developed a set of binaural software tools. The fruit of their labour was the 3D Tune-In Toolkit, and they have made it freely available for all non-programmer binaural enthusiasts

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A special session at I3DA conference 2021

07.10.2021

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We’ve launched a newsletter!

07.09.2021

Welcome to the first issue of the SONICOM newsletter, a biannual bulletin that will share updates from our project over the next 5 years.

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SONICOM officially kicks off with the inaugural annual meeting

22.07.2021

With representatives from all partners present, the meeting provided a fruitful basis for discussions on delivering the project’s pioneering objectives over the next 5-years.

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A new immersive audio technology for virtual and augmented reality

11.02.2021

The immersive audio technology is developed by SONICOM, a new EIC Pathfinder project, which will revolutionize the way we interact socially within AR/VR environments and applications.

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Personalised immersive audio could help virtual socialising feel more real

04.02.2021

Imperial College London researchers have won a €5.7million EU Horizon 2020 grant to develop AI-informed immersive audio techniques.

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