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XR Star 3: Sound All Around

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As Real As Possible

Extended Reality solutions can be immersive experiences unlike any other. Just wearing a headset and being perched on top of a rooftop in the virtual space can cause vertigo and unease, but one thing crucial to truly getting immersed in content is sound design. The audio experience is sometimes forgotten about in the virtual space wholesale, which can be a huge blow to the entire package. One of the ways that audio is being innovated is spatial audio. Today we sit down with Muki Kulhan, Chief Innovation Officer for Muki-International about spatial audio and what it can do in the XR space.
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