Anton and Alexej are ready now with the preparation of our new low-delay hardware for our embedded lab. The hardware, so-called bela boards, can handle up to 10 inputs and 10 outputs and can operate with a round-trip delay of about 1 ms. The boards are programmed in C/C++ and allow for very "nice" audio examples.
Currently we implement speech enhancement algorithms, anti-noise systems, and virtual reality approaches (in terms of "audio-only reality") as student projects using the boards.
If you are interested, have a look on the website of our new embedded lab that will start in the winter term 2018/2019.