Head Tracking is a feature that keeps content audio tied to the screen you are watching. When turning away from a screen with head tracking enabled, dialogue and other audio will remain where the video is playing, akin to what is expected with a TV and built-in speakers. While very effective for static screens such as a television or a stationary laptop, head tracking can be used with any device. Head Tracking is disabled by default and can be enabled through the Dolby Dimension Mobile application when Virtualization is enabled.
Modified on: Mon, 10 Sep, 2018 at 4:16 AM
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