[Kazuhiko Yamamoto] An Optimization of 3D Audio Human Related Transfer Function for A Specific User using Machine Learning

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Kazuhiko Yamamoto

Kazuhiko Yamamoto

The University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Ph.D. Course Student

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To realize 3d spatial sound rendering in a virtual environment with two channels headphone, Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTF) is required. This HRTF highly depends on an individual property of a human. Because of this, it must be required to measure it for each user respectively. However, it is difficult due to the tedious and expensive measurement process requiring an anechoic chamber. To address this, we propose a fully perceptual-based HRTF fitting method to a specific user using machine learning technique.

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