Researchers at in the Acoustics and Audio Group at Edinburgh featured some of the work at the pan-European Explorathon day on Friday Sept 25th, which has been done thanks to the funding from the People Programme (Marie Curie Actions) of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013/ un- der REA grant agreement No. 605867 supporting the BATWOMAN ITN Project.
The Early stage researcher Amaya López-Carromero, part of the BATWOMAN project, demonstrated techniques used to capture shock wave patterns in front of brass instruments using high speed photography (see video below) in the acoustic laboratory of the University of Edinburgh. The event was advertised across Scotland via the Explorathon website.
Meanwhile, in Cromarty up in the north of Scotland, Prof Clive Greated described and demonstrated a number of optical techniquehttps://www.acoustics.ed.ac.uks used for sound measurement, which have been developed at Edinburgh. A demonstration of binaural recording techniques also featured in the event.