On the left, we see the virtual environment during development, showing the position of the virtual audio source and its collider component in relation to the position of the tracked image. On the right, the position of the tracked image in relation to our radio object in our real-world installation environment. The speakers of the radio were situated in the bottom of the main body of the radio unit

On the left, we see the virtual environment during development, showing the position of the virtual audio source and its collider component in relation to the position of the tracked image. On the right, the position of the tracked image in relation to our radio object in our real-world installation environment. The speakers of the radio were situated in the bottom of the main body of the radio unit

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