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Perception of changes in source orientation-dependent reverberation for a visible virtual vocal source

Perception des changements de réverbération en fonction de l'orientation de la source pour une source vocale virtuelle visible

Abstract

In extended reality experiences, dynamic rendering updates the auralisation as changes happen in the scene. In this study, we are interested in how the reverberant part of a directional vocal sound source is perceived as it rotates and whether it contributes to the perceived naturalness of the scenes acoustics. An experiment was conducted where participants were immersed in a virtual scene containing a visible virtual person source that would vocalise. The virtual source was auralised with a range of dynamic rendering approaches. Participants were asked to rate the perceived naturalness of the acoustics of the scene when listening to the different auralisations. The results of the perceptual test provide insights into how the changes in the reverberation pattern were perceived and how those changes affected perceived naturalness.
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hal-04606973 , version 1 (19-06-2024)

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Pablo Abehsera-Morell, David Poirier-Quinot, Brian F. G. Katz. Perception of changes in source orientation-dependent reverberation for a visible virtual vocal source. 156th Audio Engineering Society Convention, Audio Engineering Society, Jun 2024, Madrid, Spain. ⟨hal-04606973⟩
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