In order to account for individual acoustic properties as well as room-related information in measurement-based room acoustic auralizations, individual Binaural Room Impulse Responses (BRIRs) are needed. However, in a dynamic scenario with head movements, measuring individual BRIRs can be very time consuming. In this study, a planar microphone array with 24 microphones, referred to as Virtual Artificial Head (VAH), was used to measure Room Impulse Responses (RIRs) for a single receiver position with respect to different source positions in a lecture room. In order to synthesize individual BRIRs for different head orientations, VAH filter coefficients for different head orientations were calculated and applied to the measured RIRs. To this end, individual Head Related Transfer Functions (HRTFs), measured in an anechoic condition, were required. The VAH filter coefficients were calculated by solving a constrained optimization problem, i.e. by minimizing a narrow-band least-squares cost function subject to constrains on spectral magnitude error and the mean White Noise Gain. The quality of the synthesized individual BRIRs was evaluated based on subjective listening tests in a dynamic binaural scenario.