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We present a study investigating the use of 3D audio for navigation and location of objects in an indoor environment. In order to conduct the study, a custom-made 3D audio system was built based on a public-domain HRTF-library to playback 3D sound beacons through a pair of headphones. Our results indicate that 3D audio is indeed a qualified candidate for navigation systems, and may be especially suitable for environments or individuals where vision is obstructed, insufficient or unavailable.doi:10.1177/154193120605001614 fatcat:yrhent2mz5ervit7saih4e2c3q