Resources for “Dirt-Cheap 3-D Spatial Audio”
Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA): www.alsa-project.org
Creative Labs Home Page: www.creative.com
Richard O. Duda, 3-D Audio for HCI: interface.idav.ucdavis.edu/CIL_tutorial/3D_home.htm
S. Julier and Y. Baillot and M. Lanzagorta and D. Brown and L. Rosenblum BARS: Batlefield Augmented Reality System NATO Symposium on Information Processing Techniques for Military Systems. Istanbul, Turkey, October 2000
Lake Audio: www.lakeaudio.com
DirectSound on Microsoft DirectX: Home Page: www.microsoft.com/windows/directx
Mustajuuri: Audio Application and Toolkit: www.tml.hut.fi/~tilmonen/mustajuuri
Open Audio Library (OpenAL): www.openal.org
Open Sound System (OSS): www.opensound.com
ORAD Incorporated: orad-ny.com
V. Pulkki, Spatial Sound Generation and Perception by Amplitude Panning Techniques. Helsinki University of Technology, 2001
RME Intelligent Audio Solutions: www.rme-audio.com
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