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.
We are pleased to announce that we’re giving away 50 test Emergence speakers in return for your feedback about your listening experience. Hurry up and sign up and you might be one of the lucky 50 Beta testers! Winners will be asked to provide feedback of their experience with the new technology to help us in its development.
Every few years someone comes out with a revolution that is so mind-blowing all you want to do after experiencing it, is shout it’s praises to everyone you know. A few examples come to mind, from the iPhone and the iPad, to DSLR video, to the RED digital cinema cameras.
I’m not going to lie, my brief experience with the Emergence speakers from Acoustic3D was exactly that. I wanted to run to every audio engineer, gamer and music lover I know and tell them how amazing it is.
Smaller, cheaper and better. That’s the promise from Acoustic3D Holdings’ Managing Director Joe Hayes when he talks about the latest product offerings from the company as it prepares to launch an entry-level speaker system… to read the full article click here.