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Data-Based Binaural Synthesis Including Rotational and Translatory Head-Movements
Several approaches to data-based binaural synthesis have been published that are based on the analysis of sound fields captured by spherical microphone arrays. The captured sound field is decomposed into plane waves which are then auralized with head-related transfer functions (HRTFs). So far head-rotations of the listener were considered for dynamic binaural synthesis. We propose an analytic method to consider translatory head-movements as well. A straightforward calculus in the spatial frequency domain is presented and will be evaluated.
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