Google adds option ‘spatial audio’ to sdk Fri glasses Cardboard

Jan

14

2016

Google has an option for ‘spatial audio “to the sdk for Cardboard, the system for virtual reality glasses. The SDK makes it possible for developers to simulate the sounds come when using a VR lens of a particular side.

The audio comes while using a VR glasses compatible with Cardboard through regular headphones, says Google. The effect to a sound of letting it come right to have the software creates the sound slightly earlier in one ear and come in one ear some more presence.

There are also options to customize the sound in the virtual space where the user is in the app. As a conversation in a spaceship can be different in a cave, so claiming the search giant. More information about the addition to the sdk is in the documentation on the site of the Cardboard SDK. It is unknown what apps will support the function.

Meanwhile, there are many inexpensive VR glasses that are compatible with Cardboard. In addition to the models that has handed Google itself on its own developer conference there are now many different variants on the market. Google itself has fourteen on an own site stand.

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