Creating auditory displays with multiple loudspeakers using VBAP: A case study with DIVA project
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Auditory displays containing an arbitrary number of loudspeakers in any positioning are created. The sound signals are positioned to the display using Vector Base Amplitude Panning (VBAP). The VBAP method is reviewed and a new automatic loudspeaker setup division routine is presented. The VBAP is used to create auditory display to the Digital Interactive Virtual Acoustics (DIVA) virtual environment system.