Physically-based Auralization – Design , Implementation , and Evaluation

@inproceedings{Lokki2002PhysicallybasedA,
  title={Physically-based Auralization – Design , Implementation , and Evaluation},
  author={Tapio Lokki},
  year={2002}
}
Author Tapio Lokki Title Physically-based Auralization – Design, Implementation, and Evaluation The aim of this research is to implement an auralization system that renders audible a 3D model of an acoustic environment. The design of such a system is an iterative process where successive evaluation of auralization quality is utilized to further refine the model and develop the rendering methods. The work can be divided into two parts corresponding to design and implementation of an auralization… CONTINUE READING
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