Holophonic Ball Experiment site is here!

February 12th, 2009

A new binaural demo has been created by the Arkamys team. Keep track of this new project on www.holophonicballexperiment.com

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Holophonic Ball Experiment to premiere at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

January 5th, 2009

Watch the teaser here!

3D-ADS is here!

December 4th, 2008

Check out the 3D-ADS ( 3D Audio Demo Showdown ) section at the top of the page. It brings together all the best 3D audio demos on the web for you to listen to and rate. It is a work in progress as more demos are submitted and tracked down.

“How do they do it?” Virtual Haircut explained

September 18th, 2008

If you haven’t already listened (USING HEADPHONES) to the Virtual Haircut (available on the author’s site or below) then you really should…

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Earprints

August 26th, 2008

Every person’s ear is different; “as individual as fingerprints” Fred Whightman explains…

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How do you generate personalized 3D audio?

August 21st, 2008

Here are some photos demonstrating the time-consuming, expensive, and complicated process most commonly used (here on myself) to generate personalized 3D audio

Where is Technology, Entertainment, Design going?

July 29th, 2008

I’d like to introduce you all to a remarkable organisation called TED (www.ted.com), which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design…

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“Do I need expensive headphones for this technology?”

June 27th, 2008

This is a question that is frequently encountered when discussing the ‘listen with your own ears’ 3D audio technology (see for detailed explanation on 3D audio). And you will be pleased to know that the short answer is NO…

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May 27th, 2008

Some other mentions of the ‘listen with your own ears’ project in the press…

Arkamys YouTube channel

May 19th, 2008

The Arkamys YouTube channel has now been created. Check it out for the latest Arkamys related videos and more at

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