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[aprssig] New APRS virtual reality Idea!

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Thu Sep 20 21:11:45 UTC 2007


So impose a gap there... if it's dead ahead or behind, shift it just a 
bit to where it's distinguishable.

The hard part (if you're not moving) is still getting your actual direction.

Scott
N1VG

Richard Amirault wrote:
> 2nd try at posting this...
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Robert Bruninga"
> (snip)
>> Imagine wearing a pair of headphones.
>> Close your eyes and face north.
>> When an APRS user with a D7 HT speaks,
>> You HEAR him in the direction where he is.
>>
>> If he is to the East, you hear him to the right.
>> If he is to the west, you hear him to your left.
>> Anywhere in between, and  the earphones are phased so that you
>> hear his direction.
> (snip)
> 
> That's all well and good, but you would have no way to tell the 
> difference between North (in front of you) and South (in back of you) .. 
> with a two speaker system .. OR two ears .. they both SOUND THE SAME.
> 
> Richard Amirault
> Boston, MA, USA
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