Have you ever seen a movie in which it feels like the sound is coming from all directions? That's because of 3D audio effect. It's like playing with toys in your room and hearing which direction each sound comes from.
So, what's 3D audio effect? It's a way of making sounds more realistic in videos, movies, music, and gaming by making the sounds feel like they are coming from different directions.
Imagine a toy car race track that you are playing with. If you put your ear to the ground, far away from the toy car, you can still hear the sound of the engine. But if you move closer to the car, the sound will get louder and it will feel like it's coming from the toy.
Similarly, the 3D audio effect works in movies, videos, and gaming. Sound waves are created from different angles and microphones are placed to record these sounds from different directions. Then, while creating a video or a movie, sounds are placed in a way that the viewer hears the sound come from different directions, just like in real life.
It's like being in a haunted house and hearing the sound of the ghost coming from all directions, or being in a concert and hearing the sound of the guitar coming from the left and the drums coming from the right.
It's a way of making the listening experience more interesting and more lifelike. And, it's all about tricking our ears into thinking about the sound coming from different directions, just like when you play with toys in your room.