Binaural and Head Tracking Paper

The Audio Engineering Society has put up the papers for the upcoming 140th AES Convention in Paris. You can download my paper here.

The paper was done in collaboration with the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris, who will also have some very interesting demos on a stand at the Convention.

It’s a study comparing perception of sound source stability between 1- and 5-source sound scenes for different levels of latency. I’ll be presenting it on the last day of the convention in the Immersive Audio section.

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2 responses to “Binaural and Head Tracking Paper

  1. For $20 — I think I’ll pass.

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