HRTF


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HRTFHead Related Transfer Function (3D Audio)
HRTFHead Related Transfer Function
HRTFHuman Rights Task Force (est. 1991; Sri Lanka)
HRTFHuman-Rated Test Facility (US NASA)
HRTFHuman Resources Task Force
HRTFHarm Reduction Task Force (health)
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In general, acoustic spaciousness can be reproduced using either 3D sound technology based on multi-channel audio or HRTF. A multi-channel audio system is a technology that provides surround sound in all directions by arranging several speakers on the front, rear, left and right sides [9, 10], such as Dolby ATMOS and Auro-3D.
The effects of the HRTF on such a signal are phase shifts and amplitude alterations that yield
The sensory substitution encoding techniques are either audio or haptic, while the substitution modalities employed range from the use of HRTF impulses, sound amplitude, frequency and musical instruments sounds for encoding distance, top/bottom position or color of objects.
This may also result in quality degradation (especially in binaural reproduction) since the HRTF filters will change rapidly over time and frequency, creating distortions, such as musical or metallic noise.
(30.) Kothari, supra note 23, [paragraph] 44; Press Release, HRTF
Topics addressed include: how tape-based and hard-disk-based recordings are made, auditory scene analysis, real-time granular synthesis, voice concatenation, speech processing, applied signal processing, HRTF spatialization, music composition, and auditory psychophysics, among others.
The two ear channels are then subjected to a series of preprogrammable filters (the head-related transfer function, or HRTF) to simulate the effects of the head, pinnae, and torso on a waveform (e.g., Begault, 1994; Begaul t & Wenzel, 1993; Wenzel, Arruda, Kistler, & Wightman, 1993).
The Head-Related Transfer Function (HRTF) provides the cues the brain needs in order to locate the position of a sound.
HRTAC is responsible for administering the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund (HRTF) which was established in 2013 and is held by the Commonwealth treasury.