+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
Principles And Applications Of Spatial Hearing - Yoiti Suzuki

Principles And Applications Of Spatial Hearing

By: Yoiti Suzuki (Editor), Douglas Brungart (Editor), Kazuhiro Iida (Editor)

Hardcover

Published: 11th March 2011
Ships: 7 to 10 business days
7 to 10 business days
RRP $444.99
$308.25
31%
OFF
or 4 easy payments of $77.06 with Learn more

Humans possess a remarkable ability to extract rich three-dimensional information about sound environments simply by analyzing the acoustic signals they receive at their two ears. Research in spatial hearing has evolved from a theoretical discipline studying the basic mechanisms of hearing to a technical discipline focused on designing and implementing increasingly sophisticated spatial auditory display systems. This book contains over 30 chapters representing the current state-of-the-art in spatial audio research selected from papers presented in Sendai, Japan, at the First International Workshop on the Principles and Applications of Spatial Hearing.

Prefacep. v
Exploring New Frontiers in Sound Localization
Localization Capacity of Human Listeners*p. 3
A Meta-Analysis of Localization Errors Made in the Anechoic Free Field*p. 14
Auditory Perception in Reverberant Sound Fields and Effects of Prior Listening Exposure*p. 24
The Impact of Masker Fringe and Masker Spatial Uncertainty on Sound Localization*p. 35
Binaural Interference: The Effects of Listening Environment and Stimulus Timing*p. 45
Effects of Timbre on Learning to Remediate Sound Localization in the Horizontal Planep. 61
Effect of Subjects' Hearing Threshold on Signal Bandwidth Necessary for Horizontal Sound Localizationp. 71
The 'Phantom Walker' Illusion: Evidence for the Dominance of Dynamic Interaural over Spectral Directional Cues during Walking*p. 81
Head Motion, Spectral Cues, Wallach's 'Principle of Least Displacement' in Sound Localization*p. 103
Development of Virtual Auditory Display Software Responsive to Head Movement and a Consideration of Spatialised Ambient Sound to Improve Realism of Perceived Sound Space*p. 121
Measuring and Modeling the Head-Related Transfer Function
Rapid Collection of Head Related Transfer Functions and Comparison to Free-Field Listening*p. 139
Effects of Head Movement in Head-Related Transfer Function Measurementp. 149
Individualization of the Head-Related Transfer Functions on the Basis of the Spectral Cues for Sound Localization*p. 159
Pressure Distribution Patterns on the Pinna at Spectral Peak and Notch Frequencies of Head-Related Transfer Functions in the Median Plane*p. 179
Spatial Distribution of Low-Frequency Head-Related Transfer Function Spectral Notch and Its Effect on Sound Localizationp. 195
Computer Simulation of KEMAR's Head-Related Transfer Functions: Verification with Measurements and Acoustic Effects of Modifying Head Shape and Pinna Concavityp. 205
Estimation of Whole Waveform of Head-Related Impulse Responses based on Auto Regressive Model for Their Aquisition Without Anechoic Environmentp. 216
Analysis of Measured Head-Related Transfer Functions based on Spatio-Temporal Freqency Characteristicsp. 226
Influence on Localization of Simplifying the Spectral Form of Head-Related Transfer Functions on the Contralateral Sidep. 236
3D Sound Technology: Head-Related Transfer Function Modeling and Customization, Sound Source Localization for Human-Robot Interaction*p. 246
Capturing and Controlling the Spatial Sound Field
A Study on 3D Sound Image Control by Two Loudspeakers Located in the Transverse Planep. 263
Selective Listening Point Audio based on Blind Signal Separation and 3D Audio Effect*p. 277
Sweet Spot Size in Virtual Sound Reproduction: A Temporal Analysisp. 292
Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Different Methods for Creating Individualized, Headphone-Presented Virtual Auditory Space from B-Format Room Impulse Responsesp. 303
Effects of Microphone Arrangements on the Accuracy of a Spherical Microphone Array (SENZI) in Acquiring High-Definition 3D Sound Space Informationp. 314
Perception-Based Reproduction of Spatial Sound with Directional Audio Coding*p. 324
Capturing and Recreating Auditory Virtual Reality*p. 337
Reconstructing Sound Source Directivity in Virtual Acoustic Environments*p. 357
Implementation of Real-Time Room Auralization Using a Surrounding 157 Loudspeaker Arrayp. 373
Spatialisation in Audio Augmented Reality Using Finger Snapsp. 383
Generation of Sound Ball: Its Theory and Implementation*p. 393
Estimation of High-Resolution Sound Properties for Realizing an Editable Sound-Space Systemp. 407
Applying Virtual Sound Techniques in the Real World
Binaural Hearing Assistance System based on Frequency Domain Binaural Model*p. 419
A Spatial Auditory Display for Telematic Music Performances*p. 436
Auditory Orientation Training System Developed for Blind People Using PC-Based Wide-Range 3-D Sound Technologyp. 452
Mapping Musical Scales onto Virtual 3D Spacesp. 463
Sonifying Head-Related Transfer Functionsp. 473
Effects of Spatial Cues on Detectability of Alarm Signals in Noisy Environmentsp. 484
Binaural Technique for Active Noise Control Assessmentp. 494
Table of Contents provided by Ingram. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9789814313872
ISBN-10: 9814313874
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 520
Published: 11th March 2011
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
Country of Publication: SG
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.49  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.91