This website provides an implementation of an auralisation platform using (currently) up to 15th order Ambisonics/Circular Harmonics to enable head rotation of 3D binaurally scanned real, or synthesised, spaces. Development of the site, and capturing of the room responses are by Mark Dring and Bruce Wiggins, University of Derby, UK.
Your webcam is currently being used to track the movement of your face and position the audio source accordingly. For best results keep your face well-lit and avoid obstructions. Alternatively, uncheck the box to control the rotation manually by moving the puck in the map with your mouse.
Start / Stop audio:
Select sample: or
Click on the map to rotate the head if not using a webcam:
Azimuth: 0 degrees Elevation: 0 degrees
Azimuth = degrees and Elevation = degrees
The current Ambisonic order (N) is: . Select a different Ambisonic order (N) from the options below.
The current decoding filter is is . Select a different filter from the options below
University of Derby MS015 BRIRs
St Paul's Church BRIRs
Binaural scanning refers to the capture of binaural room responses using a KEMAR head and torso simualtor within the real space (i.e. real room).
This website has been developed as part of a PhD research study conducted by Mark Dring (email@example.com) on behalf of the University of Derby. We would be grateful for participants to take part in a listening survey that makes use of the WHAM platform to better inform the wider study.
Please acknowledge this research has been approved by University of Derby Ethics Committee and all data collected will be processed and safely maintained in line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your participation will be identified by a unique code only. No personal information will be collected. No audio or visual data will be obtained. There are no risks or expenses associated with your involvement in this study. Your participation in this study is voluntary. You will not be compensated for your participation.
You have the right to stop your participation in this study at any time. Should you wish to end your participation during the survey, simply close the web page. To remove any submitted responses please make contact via email stating your unique identifier. Note, responses will be used in future research publications unless they are removed prior to publication.
By clicking the "I Agree" button, you are stating that you agree to all terms and conditions discussed above and will be redirected to the listening survey web page. If you do not agree to these terms, please do not commence the survey.