Mathieu Paquier

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This study presents an objective comparison between two rigid spherical microphone arrays of the exact same size but differing by the type of capsules. An analysis of the simulations and the encoding process is presented and known limitations of the spherical arrays are discussed such as the degraded reconstruction of the spherical harmonics due to the size(More)
Interaction between auditory and visual perceptions on distance estimations in a virtual environment. HAL is a multidisciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or(More)
Directional loudness is that phenomenon by which the loudness of a sound may vary according to the localization of its source. This phenomenon has been mainly observed for high-frequency sounds, for sources located in the horizontal plane. Because of the acoustic shadow of the head, the left and right ear pressures are modified depending on the source(More)
When presented with a spatially discordant auditory-visual stimulus, subjects sometimes perceive the sound and the visual stimuli as coming from the same location. Such a phenomenon is often referred to as perceptual fusion or ventriloquism, as it evokes the illusion created by a ventriloquist when his voice seems to emanate from his puppet rather than from(More)
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