interaural

in·ter·au·ral

(in'tĕr-aw'răl),
Referring to differences between ears, particularly temporal events occurring in or emanating from the ears.

in·ter·au·ral

(in'tĕr-awr'ăl)
Referring to differences between ears, particularly temporal events occurring in or emanating from the ears.
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One of the concerns with OTE TCAPS is that covering the ear adversely affects the ability of the wearer to use interaural time delays between the ears and the head shadow effect, which could compromise their ability to localize the origin of dangerous sounds.
This configuration is similar in birds, which have an interaural canal that increases directionality.
Narrow interaural distances permit detection of high frequencies that characterize vocalization by rodents (Hefner and Hefner, 1985; Powell and Zielinkski, 1989).
interaural cross-correlation coefficient (IACC) is most frequently stated in the form of [IACC.
The Masking Level Difference (MLD) test evaluates the integrity of the earliest sites of binaural comparison and sensitivity to interaural phase in the brainstem, as well as cortical areas sensitive to spatial representations.
The hippocampus (CA1) was identified in the slices according to the Franklin and Paxinos (1996), with the following coordinates: interaural 2.
Humans are sensitive to that interaural time delay of 10 to 800 microseconds.
For most species, and whether for predator or prey in particular, interaural time difference (ITD) is a characteristic property geared to localizing sound sources as crucial to the survival mechanism.
The Sonicguide provided a similar display of range and object identification information to that of the Sonic Torch, but employed a wide "field of view" in place of the narrow Sonic Torch transmitter beam and two receiving channels that gave a binaural display with interaural intensity difference as a directional cue.
Designed for use with multi-channel source material such as AC-3, MPEG-2 and Dolby Pro Logic, Spatializer N-2-2 uses Interaural Time Delay (ITD), Interaural Intensity Difference (IID), psychoacoustic techniques and Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTF) developed by Spatializer.