VisiSonics will showcase its licensable audio solutions during CES 2022. VisiSonics is now booking appointments for individual product demonstrations, taking place in its hospitality suite at The Venetian Resort.
Founded in 2009 by computer scientists at the University of Maryland, VisiSonics develops a broad range of licensable software and hardware solutions. Its RealSpace 3D Spatial Audio, a proprietary physics-based technology, provides accurate rendered or digitally simulated sound, with more accurate spatial location and distance, smoother sound in motion, a larger soundfield and clearer distinction of sounds from multiple, simultaneous sources, according to the company. For an end-user, this results in increased situational or spatial awareness, reduced listener fatigue and improved reaction time.
RealSpace 3D Spatial Audio solutions and packages are easy to integrate into a variety of platforms and form factors. Consumer electronics (CE) manufacturers can use VisiSonics’ algorithms in low-powered DSP chips that are embedded into headphones, in gaming consoles, in PCs, or in mobile devices. Additionally, a software-only version can be integrated into conferencing software or audio players for consumers who want to use their existing headsets. VisiSonics also builds plug-ins for video game developers to utilize on popular engines such as Unreal, Wwise, and Unity.
In addition to its embedded and software-only solutions, VisiSonics’ will also demonstrate its audio personalization offerings at CES 2022. Earlier this month, VisiSonics announced a partnership with the University of Maryland to create licensable audiogram technology, significantly advancing its spatial audio customization and personalization capabilities. Through audiograms and head related transfer functions (HRTFs), VisiSonics personalization packages can optimize sound based on the individual geometry of a person’s head and ears as well as their hearing sensitivity to different frequencies.
Visitors to VisiSonics’ hospitality suite can also demo the company’s Acoustic Measurement and Visualization solutions. These offerings are utilized in various industries for quality control and end-user experience. In the automotive industry, for example, the technology is used to detect sound leaks, helping make cars as quiet as possible within the cabin.
For more information, visit www.visisonics.com.