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“Hands-On with (a Near Final) Microsoft HoloLens…”

“The biggest improvement, however, was actually the spatial sound experience. If you think about interacting with holograms in a 3D environment—i.e. real life—you tend to think about the visual stuff, but of course sound—and ambience, which is not sound, but can be impacted by sounds—plays a big role in the experience as well. And the sound stuff is amazing. When you turn away from objects making sounds, the sound audibly moves accordingly so that it is coming from behind you if you turn your back to the sound…”

Source: Hands-On with (a Near Final) Microsoft HoloLens – Thurrott.com