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Contributors to 3D Perception of Sound  (2000)
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A study was conducted to evaluate the role of individualized head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) for localization accuracy and the experience of realism using auditory displays. Realistic auditory displays that emulate free field auditory sound sources are required for efficient and effective design of virtual reality systems for real-world applications, including teleconferencing and interacting with virtual systems. A number of studies have evaluated humans
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free-field sound, head tracking, head-related transfe, HRTF, meaningful acoustic, spatialized auditory, virtual acoustic sim, virtual reality syst, virtual speech
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