[expyezp] Pinna Models and Elevation Cues
mantaraya36 at gmail.com
Wed May 2 08:06:21 PDT 2007
Interesante. El otro día me mostraron esto, que muestra, por lo menos
para mi cerebro que HRTF puede generar sonidos por atrás y sensaciones
de altura bastante claras.
(Requiere falsh 9....)
Juan I Reyes wrote:
> A propósito de espacialización y de las HRTFs
> Malcolm Slaney escribe:
> We all know that our two ears can use intensity and timing
> differences to tell us from which direction a sound is coming from.
> But there are a whole cone of sounds, the cone of confusion, that
> share the same timing cues. How is that we tell how high the sound
> is coming from?
> Dick Duda responde:
> Pinna Models and Elevation Cues
> It has long been known that the outer ears or pinnae provide the
> primary static acoustic cues for elevation. This has driven numerous
> efforts at measuring and modeling individualized HRTFs. However,
> despite considerable research, the exact nature of these cues is not
> well understood. Furthermore, there are other cues for elevation,
> and in some circumstances they can dominate pinna cues. We will
> review the state of knowledge in this area, and describe a simple
> model that appears to be capable of fitting experimental data.
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