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Investigation of HRTF Sets Using Content with Limited Spatial Resolution
Headphone rendering of sound fields represented by Higher Order Ambisonics (HOA) is greatly facilitated by the binaural synthesis of virtual loudspeakers. Individualized head-related transfer function (HRTF) sets corresponding to the spatial positions of the virtual loudspeakers are used in conjunction with head-tracking to achieve the externalization of the sound event. We investigate the localization accuracy for HOA representations of limited spatial resolution using individualized and generic HRTF sets.
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