3D sound

erdvinis garsas statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Garsas, ateinantis iš įvairių pusių ir sukeliantis erdvės įspūdį. Erdvinį garsą gali sukelti įvairiose vietose išdėstyti garsiakalbiai. Stereofoninės ausinės taip pat gali sukelti erdvinio garso įspūdį. Nors ausinės tik dvi, tačiau erdvinis garsas gaunamas dėl to, kad garsas iš jų patenka atskirai į kiekvieną ausį taip, kaip natūralioje erdvinėje aplinkoje. atitikmenys: angl. three dimensional sound; 3D sound

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