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Our projects

We promote hearing well-being through information technology projects for the creation of immersive content, the development of multisensory interfaces, and the design of acoustically healthy spaces in the context of smart cities.

I. Immersive Memory

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Preferably use head-mounted displays to include head movements in audio navigation in YouTube VR.


Reproducing the experience of touring the historical spaces of Peru is a priority task to preserve the tangible and intangible heritage of our nation.


When walking through a space, each individual perceives the environment through their five senses. The sense of hearing in particular plays a very important role in the perception of space. In each space, however, multisensory information (eg, visual, auditory, and tactile) is constantly changing due to climate impact, land management, and tourism growth.

New technologies for recording and reproducing multisensory information represent a new opportunity for heritage conservation and digital museography. These technologies allow the reconstruction of immersive and interactive experiences with a high degree of realism and naturalness.

The objective of the project Immersive Memory is to record and reproduce the immersive audiovisual experience perceived when visiting spaces of the cultural heritage of Peru.

​Sustainable construction requires reusable materials from natural sources. The production of these materials must also avoid the consumption of fossil fuels and reduce the environmental impact.

There are many sustainable materials with excellent acoustic and thermal properties suitable for the construction of auditory comfortable spaces. However, the use of environmentally friendly acoustic materials needs even more diffusion.

This project promotes the design of new eco-friendly acoustic materials using Peruvian raw materials. The benefits of these materials are: greater insulation against noise and greater clarity of speech and music. The impact on the industry will be innovation in the production chain of construction materials.​

Through the implementation of an acoustic certification laboratory, it is expected to create a database of eco-friendly materials specifying their acoustic properties.

II. Eco-friendly Acoustic Materials

III. Acoustics for Smart Cities

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High noise levels affect health, the environment and the economy. To reduce noise pollution, we must raise public awareness about hearing well-being and also promote the deployment of technology to monitor noise in the context of smart cities.

The integration of acoustic sensors to environmental monitoring networks allows analyzing noise through dynamic maps. The impact on society produced by access to dynamic noise maps can be evaluated in terms of improvements in environmental and safety policies. In addition, citizens and companies can get involved in reducing noise pollution through mobile applications that provide access to data and services.

There are three components of an acoustic sensor network: the infrastructure, the platform and the services. The infrastructure comprises the physical network of acoustic sensors linked by Internet of Things protocols. The platform contains cloud computing algorithms that model noise sources, estimate their propagation in the environment, and provide statistical analysis. Services, finally, are applications that provide access to data and services through mobile platforms.

This initiative seeks to raise awareness among the population and involve public and private institutions in the creation of hearing well-being through acoustic training for smart cities.

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