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Application Scenarios of Wearable and Mobile Augmented Reality Audio

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Several applications for wearable and mobile reality audio are presented. All applications exploit a headset where microphones are integrated into small headphone elements. The proposed system allows us to implement applications where virtual sound events are superimposed to the user's auditory environment to produce an augmented audio display. In addition, binaural audio-over-IP connections, wired or wireless, are discussed. Finally, some future application scenarios are sketched.

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