News - Focusonics™


November 29, 2021

Focusonics™ directional speakers appeared in the Vilnius Art Academy (VDA) gallery Artifex

During the month of October Focusonics™ directional speakers appeared in the Vilnius Art Academy (VDA) gallery Artifex. The sound system was integrated into an exhibition “Intuitive instructions”, created by a Lithuanian artist Donatas Norušis. “Intuitive instructions” consisted of four sound installations that used physical features of sound to tell the artist’s stories about the mythology of the art field.
August 20, 2021

Focusonics speaker in National Museum of Lithuania

In 2021 Neurotechnology has partnered with the National Museum of Lithuania (House of Histories department) to create an attention grabbing museum installation that ensures visitor engagement throughout the exhibition.
May 26, 2021

Evolution of Audio Technology

The majority of households around the world have a sound system in place. This could be a loudspeaker, a TV, a computer or even a mobile phone. As many contemporary technologies pack certain sound features, it appears that sound systems have become indispensable elements underlying our everyday life.
May 10, 2021

Combatting Covid Perspex Screens with Directional Speakers

Before the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic in 2019, you would typically expect to see perspex screens used in banks to help ensure the safety of employees behind the work station. Similarly, perspex screens could be found on public buses so bus companies could improve the welfare of their drivers.
April 26, 2021

Can sound be used as a weapon?

The technological development of sound systems have increased their utility in various fields. As a result, several governmental institutions around the world, such as the military and police, invented and adopted various devices that implement sound technologies for peacekeeping, surveillance, and other purposes.
April 16, 2021

What are the different types of speakers?

Speakers are devices that convert electric audio signals into mechanical vibrations that create sound waves. The current variety of speakers available in the market utilise different technological solutions to recreate sound.


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