HRTF Measurement on KEMAR Manikin
Presenting sounds to humans in virtual environments requires convolving the free field signals with a head related transfer function (HRTF), which is a frequency response describing the filtering effects of the pinna, head and torso of a human. Sets of HRTFs are usually measured on the dummy head or human subjects at different directions in an anechoic room. This paper describes the details of an experimental HRTF measurement procedure with emphasis on the design of the test signal and the...[Show more]
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