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dummy head

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(Electronics) a model of the human head with a microphone in each ear intended to receive sound in binaural and surround sound reproduction and transmission
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When it comes to 3D productions, the talents of the AMBEO VR Mic from Sennheiser and the binaural KU100 dummy head from Neumann truly shine.
Since this work is aimed for an AR visualization of medical application, a plastic dummy head is chosen as target object for AR visualization.
To determine compliance, each cell phone is tested while operating at its highest power level in all the frequency bands in which it operates, and in various specific positions against the dummy head and body, to simulate the way different users typically hold a cell phone, including to each side of the head.
For the study, researchers modified the standard drop test system, approved by the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, that tests impacts and helmet safety and used a crash test dummy head and neck to simulate impact.
The tests were usually drop tests with either a mass, with a flat or shaped anvil, dropping onto a stationary helmet fitted to a dummy head, or a weighted dummy head dropped onto various shapes of anvil.
Transversal distance from head to vehicle equal to 300 mm which is measured between a dummy head and windscreen sometimes does not exceed 100 mm, and longitudinal distance from head to vehicle depends greatly on position of occupant seat along vehicle axis.
To that end, the lab is working on a dummy head with a cavity filled with sensors that can record the waves as they pass through.
Drivers also discovered a robotic talking monkey and tailor's dummy head, complete with wig.
Louise Hodgson, 48, cleaner, Byker: I saw a dummy head and thought it was real and a rubber budgie as well.
Smallest distance between dummy head and virtual barrier, which allows the customer to replace costly mechanical barrier constructions with TEMA software
The team of researchers at CIPIC have solved this problem by enlisting eight microphones for voice and 16 for music, which are placed around a head-sized cylinder or dummy head.