AN Australian firm that pioneered a unique three-dimensional music system with “acoustic holograms” has been granted more than $500,000 to start assembling its systems locally.

Acoustic engineer Joe Hayes last month told The Australian he was gearing to manufacture the unique sound systems he had been perfecting for 21 years.

Yesterday his dream surged closer to reality with his company, Acoustic3D Holdings; its subsidiary NewAudio had been awarded a $591,664 grant from Commercialisation Australia.

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