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Head-Tracking in binaural audio refers to the technology or technique that dynamically adjusts the spatial perception of sound based on the movements of the listener’s head. Utilizing sensors or similar mechanisms, Head-Tracking ensures that the binaural audio experience remains synchronized with the listener’s changing orientation. This creates a more immersive and realistic auditory environment, allowing sound sources to maintain their perceived positions relative to the listener’s movements, enhancing the overall sense of presence and depth in the audio experience.

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