This device uses a 3-D sensing module and locates and monitors the ear position sending audio via ultrasonic waves to create sound pockets by the user’s ears. Sound can be heard in stereo or 3-D spatial mode that produces 360-degree sound around the listener, the company said.
The official demo includes a short video of the swans on the lake, the buzzing bees and the babbling water, where the listener feels absolutely transported into the scene. CEO Christophe Ramstein finds it difficult to translate the idea into words. “The brain can’t comprehend what it doesn’t know,” he said.