Stephen Gets His HRTF On at Princeton's 3D3A Lab (video!)

Dr. Edgar Choueiri (left) and Stephen Mejias

Stephen Mejias gets his head-related transfer function (HRTF) measured in an anechoic chamber at Princeton University's 3D3A Lab. This is Part 1 of a series of videos exploring 3D audio products from Theoretica Applied Physics, which were initially developed at Princeton's 3D Audio and Applied Acoustics (3D3A) Laboratory.

I will be reviewing BACCH4Mac, a software version of the technology, followed by BACCH-SP dio, a hardware version of the technology.

Fun!

COMMENTS
esimms86's picture

Does it really take 2 hours to make a personal HRTF outside of an anechoic chamber? And how does Stephen Mejias' HRTF translate to listening in his own (imperfect)room?

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