binaural sound

binaural sound

[bī′nȯr·əl ′sau̇nd]
(acoustics)
The sound resulting from a reproduction system which has two channels, each fed into a different earphone or loudspeaker, so that a listener hears sounds coming from their original directions (with reference to the separated microphones used in recording the original sounds).
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The in-ear headphones are designed to let you create binaural sound on-the-go and once created the files will works with any pair of headphones.
You might do both, or neither, in this hour-long show performed in absolute darkness, and with binaural sound, by Glen Neath and David Rosenberg.
The Binaural Sound Zoneoffers the virtual sound experience.
Combining engineering and entertainment are such topics as capturing and simulating physically accurate illumination, working toward individualized binaural sound, and designing socially intelligent robots, which would be a vast improvement over some humans we all know.
Developed by Ralph Algazi, Richard Duda, and Dennis Thompson, motion-tracked binaural sound (MTB) captures sound as heard by the human ear, including its direction, distance, and motion, as well as the subtleties of ambient sound.
The production of binaural sound for the listening end requires a number of complex and expensive processes, which allow amplification of binaural sound while retaining 360-degree realism.
Sony has clearly developed a digital processor that does a similar modification of four or more sound sources to produce binaural sound in the headphones that recreate the experience of Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby 5.
The stereo microphones placed for binaural sound capture provides a new unique 3D surround sound recording feature, never before provided by mobile devices.
Indeed, the combination of Panorama and the binaural sound on this disc delivered perhaps the most realistic, front-row-seat, you-are-there simulation I have ever heard this side of the Dolby Digital recording reviewed above, and some of the Dolby Digital and DTS recordings reviewed in Issues 68 and 71.
Utilizing binaural sound technology, B-Reel has created a frightening game of hide-and-seek in which players navigate their way through a pitch-black labyrinth to safety.
MILFORD, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--December 14, 1995--Structural Dynamics Research Corporation (NASDAQ: SDRC) today announced a software distribution agreement with Bruel & Kjaer, a supplier of binaural sound recording systems.