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Virtual Reality

  • Siemens Audiology, Erlangen, GermanyKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    Siemens Audiology,
    Erlangen, Germany

    Helping to optimize hearing aid research, the IOSONO sound system simulates high quality acoustic environments.

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  • Jade University Oldenburg, GermanyKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    VR Lab at Jade University,
    Oldenburg, Germany

    With an IOSONO 3D sound system Jade University has added an acoustic component to its Virtual Worlds Lab.

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  • ETH Zurich, SwitzerlandKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    M3 Lab at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

    The Multi-Modal Motion (M3) lab of ETH Zurich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, investigates the neurological and biomechanical principles of human motor control and learning.

  • Fraunhofer Stuttgart, GermanyKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    Acoustic Lab at Fraunhofer,
    Stuttgart, Germany

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics works with industry partners to develop new and sustainable building materials, components and construction systems.

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    VR System at the
    Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany

    The university has combined an IOSONO sound system with a projection-based display to conduct virtual reality research.

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  • TU Ilmenau, GermanyKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    VR Competence Centre at
    TU Ilmenau, Germany

    The innovative audio-visual virtual reality lab combines stereoscopic video projection with IOSONO's 3D sound.

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  • University of Surrey, UKKlicken um Bild zu vergrößern

    CCSR at the University of Surrey,
    United Kingdom

    The Centre for Communication Systems Research is a research center for mobile and satellite communication.

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    Multimodal Standards Lab at
    TU Dresden, Germany

    The lab is used for the simultaneous and realistic demonstration of acoustical, optical and vibratory impulses for research.

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