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Binaural Audio and Virtual Acoustics

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[Feature] The factors affecting the plausibility of binaural synthesis are complicated and rather context dependent. Low-cost head trackers may be usable for binaural synthesis if chosen with care. The room divergence effect is quite powerful, and head tracking does not seem to be able to overcome it fully. HRTFs turn out to be more complex but more symmetrical in the horizontal plane than the vertical.

JAES Volume 65 Issue 6 pp. 524-528; June 2017
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