Motion Simulation in the Environment for Auditory Research. Braxton B. Boren, Mark Ericson Nov. 1, 2011. Introduction. ARL’s Environment for Auditory Research (EAR) contains state-of-the-art facilities for auditory simulations
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Braxton B. Boren, Mark Ericson
Nov. 1, 2011
The room contains 57 loudspeakers separated vertically by 30°, constituting a sphere surrounding the listener. This configuration of loudspeakers enables virtual sound source movement and sound projection in an almost 360° sphere.
Unlimited stationary or moving sound sources may be presented to any combination of the 57 loudspeakers permitting generation of realistic and dynamically changing acoustic environments