Corpus ID: 14877083

OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF SPACIOUSNESS AND ENVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Griesinger1999OBJECTIVEMO,
  title={OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF SPACIOUSNESS AND ENVELOPMENT},
  author={D. Griesinger},
  year={1999}
}
  • D. Griesinger
  • Published 1999
  • Engineering
  • This paper will discuss current knowledge of spaciousness and envelopment (assumed to be the same perception) with particular attention to measurement techniques that might be applicable to virtual audio systems. We find that all frequencies contribute to the perception of envelopment. At frequencies below 2000Hz envelopment arises from fluctuations in the Interaural Time Delay (ITD) and the Interaural Intensity Difference (IID) at the ears of the listener. Fluctuations that follow the ends of… CONTINUE READING
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