Berlin-based audio hardware and software manufacturer Holoplot exhibited at ISE for the first time in 2019.
Speaking on Day 3 of ISE 2019, marketing manager Ole Schnieders said that it has been a “hugely encouraging experience for us. We have been consistently busy since the start of the show. It’s become very clear that this is a great show for us, bringing us into contact with the kind of potential customers we wish to meet.”
The company’s ability to support immersive audio deployments undoubtedly means it’s well-positioned as immersive installations become increasingly commonplace at live events and in fixed installations. For instance, Holoplot’s ORION-Series sound system incorporates wave field synthesis (WFS) technology, making it highly flexible and suitable for speech-oriented projects and immersive soundscape creation, among other potential applications.
Unique algorithms allow the authentic reproduction of any sound object, while Holoplot’s beam steering encompasses both the vertical and horizontal planes.
“The system has been attracting plenty of attention; we are very happy to be here at ISE,” confirmed Schnieders.