Impact of Reverberation and Head Movement on Externalization of 3D sound images
* Präsentierender Autor
Zusammenfassung:Many studies have investigated the relationship between the amount of reverberation and the degree of externalization. In our current study, we have investigated the role of reverberation at each ear on perceived externalization. For a frontal sound source, the reverberation heard by both ears is equally important for externalization. However, the relative Influence of reverberation at the contralateral versus ipsilateral ear on externalization changes as the source moves laterally. Head movement is a critical dynamic cue that has been studied over the years. Several recent studies have shown that large head movements have an influence on perceived externalization, especially for frontal sound sources. In contrast, small head movements do not affect externalization. Based on these studies, we further investigated how the influence of head movements on externalization changes with different amounts of reverberation and movement trajectories. In this presentation, the impact of reverberation and head movement on perceived externalization will be discussed in depth.