A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics

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A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics. / Armstrong, Calum; Murphy, Damian Thomas; Kearney, Gavin Cyril.

2018. Paper presented at 2018 AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Redmond, United States.

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Armstrong, C, Murphy, DT & Kearney, GC 2018, 'A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics' Paper presented at 2018 AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Redmond, United States, 20/08/18 - 22/08/18, .

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Armstrong, C., Murphy, D. T., & Kearney, G. C. (2018). A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics. Paper presented at 2018 AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Redmond, United States.

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Armstrong C, Murphy DT, Kearney GC. A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics. 2018. Paper presented at 2018 AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Redmond, United States.

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Armstrong, Calum ; Murphy, Damian Thomas ; Kearney, Gavin Cyril. / A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics. Paper presented at 2018 AES International Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Redmond, United States.10 p.

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title = "A Bi-RADIAL Approach to Ambisonics",
abstract = "This paper introduces Binaural Rendering of Audio by Duplex Independent Auralized Listening (Bi-RADIAL), a new scheme for the reproduction of 3D sound over headphones. Principles, considerations, and methods of Bi-RADIAL decoding and their application within the binaural rendering of Virtual Ambisonics is discussed. Three methods of delivering Bi-RADIAL Ambisonics are compared and the advantages of exploiting a Bi-RADIAL scheme over traditional binaural-based Ambisonic playback are highlighted. Simulation results for standard and Bi-RADIAL Ambisonic decoders are given using a perceptual based comparison of their frequency spectra. Analysis is made for 1st, 3rd, and 5th order decoders considering both basic and maxrE weighting schemes. Results show a clear improvement in spectral reconstruction when using a Bi-RADIAL decoder",
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