The headphone-based binaural room scanning (BRS) auralization system relies on real measured binaural room response data and head tracking, thereby offering high-quality listening, for example, in a virtual surround sound control room. Because of further developments of the BRS system, it is important that the head tracker supports not only rotational movements of the head but also head movements in the vertical plane. Results from corresponding localization experiments are presented and discussed.: Preprint
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