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Design and Implementation of an Interactive Room Simulation for Wave Field Synthesis
This paper describes a novel concept and implementation of reproduction system independent room simulation. The system is based on circular array measurements which deliver high spatial resolution impulse responses. Using this data a reproduction system independent interaction method has been developed. A detailed description of the system and interaction methods will be given. Furthermore the first implementation of the system for Wave Field Synthesis will be described in detail.
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