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The Computational Audio-Visual Analysis (CAVA) database is a unique collection of three synchronised data streams obtained from a binaural microphone pair, a stereoscopic camera pair and a head tracking ... All recordings are made from the perspective of a person; i.e. what would a human with natural head movements see and hear in a given environment. ... The CAVA corpus was recorded in a 7m×5m office-like room with carpets, painted walls and board ceilings. ...doi:10.1145/1452392.1452414 dblp:conf/icmi/ArnaudCLBKHHMNTFH08 fatcat:vdlld2r7yncn5h6ftpba56rkmm