Open Tools for Science
As a non-profit company, one of our goals is to promote science and research. To this end, we make various tools for science open source available. First and foremost, our real-time platform "open Master Hearing Aid", which can be used to develop and test hearing aid algorithms. In addition, TASCAR - the "Toolbox for Acoustic Scene Creation and Rendering" - is used to implement laboratory experiments as realistically as possible in virtual reality. Also, HEAR-DS, a dataset of acoustic recordings and annotations to test the performance of hearing aid algorithms against real recordings, and.