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Speaker System Assigns Sounds To Basic Household Objects

Speaker System Assigns Sounds To Basic Household Objects
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Gesture-recognition technology offers an interactive sound experience in the home.

Serena Chu
  • 5 february 2014

Rigged with a ring of 56 loudspeakers, the BoomRoom at the Technical University of Berlin is able to direct sounds to exactly where it is wanted, thanks to audio processing algorithms and gesture-recognition technology. The array of 16 movement-monitoring cameras lets people to control where sounds go and what they do, and would selectively sling sounds to specific listeners in a crowded room.

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