Headi escribió:why none of the implementations HRTF model is not even close to comparable to a real sense of three-dimensional space?
That's your opinion. HRTF recordings or HRTF processed by convolution are very three dimensional. Even some recordings made with stereo pairs can have height cues that your brain can decode (like floor reflections).
HRTF doesn't work well if the HRTF of the dummy isn't similar to your own HRTF, some dummys are not intended for recording but for psychoacoustics/quality research, some louspeakers/headphones doesn't have nice phase response, and some kinds of sounds are harder to localise. It's very complicated give you an accurate answer. Did you listened to the Virtual barbershop?
Headi escribió:there is something else that makes the model even more fulfilling than officially acknowledged.
We asked Zuccarelli to explain and to demonstrate there's a difference between HRTF and his work but all we got were empty phrases. Maybe you can think he's got a secret, but if he would have it, he would have never claimed for a patent as patents are public domain documents. He usually answers about things that really happen but doesn't explain anything.