Valve's cool new tech can make games sound more realistic than ever Video Description

Steam Audio allows for binaural rendering – which affects how you perceive where a sound is emanating from – as well as the ability to simulate the partial obstruction of sound by objects, depending on how much of the sound source is visible to you. It can also simulate the effects of reverberation and reflections based on the space you’re playing in. Plus, it can trigger sounds based on how you move around in a scene automatically – something that usually requires a lot of work to recreate manually.

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