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[Feature] Auditory displays are systems that attempt to display information in an audible form. This might include visual information for helping visually impaired people, warning signals, information about spaces or environments, or perhaps navigational aids. In this article we provide an overview of some of the main issues in the field of auditory display and summarize some recent developments in this interesting field, based on papers presented at the AES 120th Convention last year in Paris.
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