AudioVisual: Sound Problems? Clap Your Hands!

Three factors affect intelligibility: noise, reverberation, and echoes. The effective transfer of audiovisual information from the presenter to the audience relies on a balance between both the audio and visual elements.

For this column, we're going to look at an important aspect of the audio element--the effect of room acoustics on the transfer of information.

Human and Acoustic Factors How do we measure the effectiveness of the transfer of aural information? In the field of

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