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Dynamic Crosstalk Cancellation for Binaural Synthesis in Virtual Reality Environments
[Engineering Reports] A system is described that combines virtual imaging by binaural synthesis and reproduction over loudspeakers using a dynamic head-tracked crosstalk cancellation (CTC) for the listener who is interacting with a common visual virtual reality (VR) application in real time. To provide a full 360° rotation for the listener, the two-loudspeaker dynamic CTC solution was expanded to four channels. This acoustical system is designed for integration into a visual VR system that produces holographic video images and enables the generation of congruent visual and acoustical scenes.
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