Electroacoustic Systems for 3 - D Audio – A report from the Pittsburgh meeting

Abstract

Our binaural hearing systems are immediately exposed to spatial sound fields at birth (and arguably before birth). As we begin to process acoustic signals, we learn to use our binaural hearing to analyze the sound field to which we are exposed. Human hearing responds to sound pressure, which is a scalar field having three spatial dimensions. Thus, as we… (More)

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@inproceedings{ElkoElectroacousticSF, title={Electroacoustic Systems for 3 - D Audio – A report from the Pittsburgh meeting}, author={Gary W. Elko and Jens Meyer} }