Media Coverage on Research at the 3D3A Lab
- "Music to your ears: The quest for 3-D recording and other mysteries of sound". Article in the New Yorker magazine by Adam Gopnik.
- "3D Audio". Story and Interview on BBC Radio 4.
- "Binaural: a reprieve?". An article in Hi-Fi News (UK).
- "BACCH 3D Audio". An article and interview in Hi-Fi Review (Chinese).
- "New Sound from Old Boxes". An article in the daily Wiener Zeitung (Vienna, Austria), in German.
- The Discovery Channel's Segment on 3D Audio (on The Daily Planet Show).
- National Public Radio (NPR)'s Segment "Adventures in 3D Sound".
- National Public Radio (NPR)'s Segment "Bach in 3D".
- "What Perfection Sounds Like". An article in The Atlantic magazine.
- "Sound - It's rocket science".
- "Notes on the Search for Startling Innovations in 3D Audio".
- "3D Sound Revolution", BBC Radio broadcast, Today Show.
- "Musical sweet spot for 3D sound", BBC Radio, Today Show.
- "Rocket scientist converts stereo into 3D sound". Article on CNET's "The Audiophiliac".
- Star Ledger Video on 3D audio Research at the 3D3A Lab.
- Star Ledger Article on 3D audio Research at the 3D3A Lab.
- Article/Report in The Audio Beat by Allen Edelstein.
- Video with animations by Mike Wood (produced and published by Princeton University) that explains how 3D Audio works.
- Article in E-Quad News about Project X funded research at the 3D3A Lab.
This article, written by Adam Gopnik, appeared in the January 28, 2013 issue of the weekly New Yorker magazine. It was followed by an audio intreview "MP3s in the era of 3-D Sound" with the author on the New Yorker's Out Loud webpage, and another interview "Exploring 3-D Sound with Adam Gopnik" that aired on WNYC Radio's Soundcheck on January 24, 2013.
This story coverage on 3D audio and interview with Prof. Choueiri by the BBC aired on BBC Radio 4 radio on October 24, 2011 as part of the Program "Click On". (An audio file (107 MB) of the interview can also be downloaded from here.)
This TV segment, was produced by the Discovery Channel (Canada) and aired on its Daily Planet Show on April 27, 2011.
This Radio Broadcast was produced by NPR for its Studio 360 show with Kurt Andersen. It aired on April 28 and April 29, 2011 all over the US in more than 150 cities and featured the first 3D audio broadcast ever. To hear the broadcast, click on the "Listen" link on top of this page.
This video was produced by NPR for its Studio 360 show with Kurt Andersen. It was part of their suplementary online coverage, accompanying the radio broadcast referenced above, which aired all over the US in more than 150 cities and featured the first 3D audio broadcast ever. To hear the broadcast, click on the "Listen" link on top of this page.
This article, written by Hal Espen, was published in the March 2011 issue of The Atlantic magazine.
This article, written by Ed Rex, was published on June 18, 2011 in the Spectator magazine (UK).
This article, written by Hal Espen, was published on February 10, 2011 in the online version (Technology Section) of The Atlantic magazine.
This article, written by Matt Wells, was published on March 19, 2011 on the website of BBC Radio's Today Programme to accompany a segment on Prof. Choueiri's 3D audio work that was broadcast that day on the show following the BBC News.
This article, written by Steve Guttenberg, was published online on CNET's "The Audiophiliac" on November 13, 2010.
This video was published online by the Star Ledger newspaper on September 18, 2010.
This article was published in the Star Ledger newspaper on September 18, 2010.
This article written by audiophile Allen Edelstein was published in The Audio Beat on October 1, 2010.
Note: If you are using a recent Apple MacBook to view this video you may not be able to hear the 3D demos in this video in 3D due to a known problem in the MacBook design (related to the location of the internal "woofer") that creates a strong Left-Right imbalance in the audio, which could not be compensated for while creating the 3D audio for this video.
This article was published in the E-Quad News of Princeton University on July 6, 2010.