Ambisonics - Third order 16 channel recordings in ambiX order converted in browser for binaural playback. AAC or Opus encoded media.
Verified to work with Firefox and Chrome - Media is encoded as 16 channels
This website is a companion to https://github.com/bossesand/OHTI an effort to create an open headtrack hardware and HTML5 player for playback of Ambisonics in browsers based on Omnitone.
To find the menu for player control with selection of examples to play on "blue pages" select the Top Left icon
Bo-Erik (Bosse) Sandholm, Stefan Schreiber, Marc Lavallee and Roger Sandholm for Programming assistance and discussions in addition to input and code from others within the Ambisonic community
- OHTI - Play Local or Served Ambix files, select left most button to open and close file selection panel. Possible bug - play and pause can need several on off to start playback - Headtracker Call Under implementation.
- Player: Omnitone - Binaural Renderer of 2nd and 3rd-order ambisonics - select this to start demo
- Player: github.com/polarch/JSAmbisonics (3rd-order ambisonics) - added Farina recorded Stereo13 encoded in AAC. Control listening direction with the Mouse - select this to start demo.
- Player: Omnitone Exp, directly from Omnitone reposiotory- Drag and Drop for local files - Binaural Renderering with rotation, choice of 2nd and 3rd-order ambisonics.
- OHTI player with or without local Headtracker in addition sliders for directions -test- Plays server hosted or local files, select left most button to open file selection panel. Renderering of rotation of headtracker image is wrong + possible issue - play and pause can need several on off to enable playback
- Omnitone play Third order recording encoded as 4 four channel AAC files, Jazz example - one tune with solist then audience sounds and short instrumental intro.
- Omnitone menu to play First order files encoded in AAC LC with 48k or 44.1Khz samplingrates, this to verify codec support on different platforms.