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graduate student Robert Dalton listens to an MTB recording

UC Davis graduate student Robert Dalton listens to an MTB recording. To his left is the recording microphone array. The blue cube on top of the head phones tracks head movements.

Credit: Debbie Aldridge, UC Davis


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Ralph Algazi listens to an MTB recording

Ralph Algazi, professor emeritus of electrical and computer engineering, listens to an MTB recording. To his left is the recording microphone array. The blue cube on top of the head phones tracks the listener's head movements.

Credit: Debbie Aldridge, UC Davis


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students with the recording array

UC Davis graduate student Robert Dalton (left) and Professor Emeritus Ralph Algazi (right) with the recording array (center).

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