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Techniques and Applications of Wearable Augmented Reality Audio
The concept of augmented reality audio characterizes techniques where real sound environment is extended with virtual auditory environments and communications scenarios. This article introduces a framework for Wearable Augmented Reality Audio (WARA) based on a specific headset configuration and a real-time audio software system. We will review relevant literature and aim at identifying most potential application scenarios for WARA. Listening test results with a prototype system will be presented.
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