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Real-time estimation of horizontal gaze angle by saccade integration using in-ear electrooculography

comments. Conceptualization: ĽuboÏs HlaÂdek, Bernd Porr, W. Owen Brimijoin. Data curation: ĽuboÏs HlaÂdek. Formal analysis: ĽuboÏs HlaÂdek. Funding acquisition: Bernd Porr, W. Owen Brimijoin ... . Investigation: ĽuboÏs HlaÂdek, Bernd Porr, W. Owen Brimijoin. Methodology: ĽuboÏs HlaÂdek, Bernd Porr, W. Owen Brimijoin. Project administration: W. Owen Brimijoin. Resources: Bernd Porr, W. Owen Brimijoin. 21

The Contribution of Head Movement to the Externalization and Internalization of Sounds

BackgroundWhen stimuli are presented over headphones, they are typically perceived as internalized; i.e., they appear to emanate from inside the head. Sounds presented in the free-field tend to be externalized, i.e., perceived to be emanating from a source in the world. This phenomenon is frequently attributed to reverberation and to the spectral characteristics of the sounds...