Posted Thu Jun 9, 2016 at 05:15 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
With HyperSound, Turtle Beach has already demonstrated that directional sound can work wonders in a variety of environments (see here), and it is clear, that the number of applications is only increasing.
Now, with HyperSound Glass, Turtle Beach has a set of directional audio speakers that basically emit from framed glass. And happily, this new tech will be showcased at E3.
From Juergen Stark, CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation. "Being able to create highly directional audio using glass opens up many potential opportunities, including integrating into desktop monitors, commercial displays, desktop speakers, and automotive dashboard glass to provide warnings directed specifically at the driver...pretty much anywhere there's glass there's a potential for audio. As we progress the technology, this also opens up licensing possibilities to external parties looking for ways to integrate the latest audio technology into their products. Again, it's still early in development and the applications are simply ideas on the drawing board, but at the same time having HyperSound directional audio working on glass is very exciting and we can't wait to show it publicly for the first time at E3."
This is not inexpensive tech, but the progress is still amazing. Expect an update during E3.
Source: Turtle Beach
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