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DIY Sound Localization Sensor [Project]
posted November 13 2013 13:24.42 by spic0m

The need for this project emerged from the lack of commercial sound localization sensor or info on how to build one.
Sound localization is what the human ear does when it determines that a sound is coming from the left or right. After talking to some gentlemen over at the Arduino forums maker realized that it wasn't going to be as simple as he thought.

[Link: Filear]

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