Pinna filtering is the filtering process that occurs in the human ear's pinna; the funnel that sticks out on either side of the head. This filtering process is important in recreating sounds in VR, because the pinna collects directional and distance information from sounds, in the way it distorts and channels them.
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In mid December 2008, Nokia designer and human behavioural researcher Jan Chipchase posed the question on what the skyline of our towns and cities would look like under the tinting of augmented reality displays, filtering systems, and projection technologies.
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Microsoft have issued a patent for a method of reading thought waves by filtering EEG data in such a way that it separates useful cognitive information from the not-so-useful non-cognitive stuff.
The hope is to have Microsoft...