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HRIR Database with Measured Actual Source Direction Data
A database is presented consisting of head-related impulse responses (HRIR) of 21 subjects measured in an anechoic chamber with simultaneous measurement of head position and orientation. The HRIR data for sound sources at 1.35 m and 68 cm in 240 directions with elevations between ¬±45 degrees and full azimuth range were measured using the blocked ear canal method. The frequency region of the measured responses ranges from 100 Hz up to 20 kHz for a flat response (+0.1dB / ‚Äì0.5 dB). This data is accompanied with the measured azimuth and elevation of the source respect to the position and orientation of the subject's head obtained with a tracking system based on infrared cameras. The HRIR data is accessible from the Internet.
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