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Ear tracking: visualizing auditory localization strategies

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Ear tracking: visualizing auditory localization strategies
Auditory displays are an ongoing topic of human computer interaction researchandhave been shown to be beneficial in human interfaces. Further, binaural spatial acoustic displays are a topic of increasingly active research. As these virtual acoustic displays become more predominant, new methods for measuring user’s perceptions and the display’s effectivenessbecome necessary. A novel method for examining virtual acoustic displays, specifically localization strategies within these displays, is presented. This method is analogous to eye tracking in visual displays. Such a method may be useful in the evaluation of virtual acoustic displays and in the design of adaptive acoustic displays.
William Joseph King, Suzanne Weghorst
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where CHI
Authors William Joseph King, Suzanne Weghorst
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