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Sound localisation

Sound localisation

Sound localisation is an important element in orientation. A sound reaches the ear closest to it first.




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We need both of our ears to identify the direction of the source of a sound., The most important factor in identifying the direction of a sound source is the time difference between the arrival of the sound waves in each ear., The sound waves may also differ in intensity. , Let’s carry out an experiment., Ask someone to cover your eyes with a blindfold so that you cannot see anything., Then ask the person to stand to your left or right and clap their hands., Raise your left or right arm depending on where the sound came from., You hear the sound coming from the direction of the ear that is closer to the sound source.
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