Within the interdisciplinary COMET project “Digital Motion” we are looking to shed light on interacting with real time motion data using spatial sound. To investigate this field, we will be building high fidelity prototypes for user testing in the lab and on the piste together with our industry partners (e.g., Atomic) and scientific partners from PLUS Sports Sciences and Salzburg Research.

The goal is to develop a mobile system that utilizes spatial sound – ideally “HRTF: Head related Transform Functions” – to provide real-time embodied motion feedback.

We are looking for a student with experience in Unity development and some experience in sound design.

Type of Student

Bachelor or Master student

Required Skills

  • Software development / programming (Unity, Arduino)

Desired Skills

  • Sound design
  • Experience w. audio manipulation
  • Android Programming Skills


Alexander Meschtscherjakov
Thomas Grah

Contact: Thomas Grah