Over the years, our directional speakers have been used in numerous applications to focus music. Recently, our sound dome directional speakers were installed at the Heydar Aliyev Center in Azerbaijan. In the picture above, different instruments are displayed side-by-side, each with a Mini Localizer mounted overhead. In the video below, a museum-goer walks from instrument to instrument and records the sound heard in front of each display. It's a great example of how our directional speakers focus sound in challenging, sound-reflective environments.
Rio de Janeiro 's 2016 Olympics have come and gone. But the Olympic City Museum in Rio is there to stay. And thanks to directional audio from Brown Innovations, many of the museum's interactive displays play different audio presentations close to one another without creating a cacophony. The implementation of the SonicBeam audio-focusing speaker at the museum marks the use of the most advanced directional sound technology.
Per the Rio Times, "The new museum is a part of the city’s Nave do Conhecimento program, whose goal is to establish spaces in traditionally neglected communities and bring technology and science to the area through courses, events, and workshops."
Last weekend, Bruce Nauman's Contrapposto Studies, I through VII opened at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where the American artist's installation spans two massive sound reflective galleries. Thanks to directional sound technology from Brown Innovations, museum visitors experience different audio broadcasts with clarity and focus.
The exhibition runs until January 8th, 2017.
Here's an enthusiastic and concise explanation of how well our new directional speakers keep sound focused to tight zones. It was filmed at Infocomm 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada by DJ News.
Rome, Italy - In the Charlemagne Wing of St. Peter’s Square in Rome, an exhibition celebrating diplomatic relations between the Vatican and the Republic of Azerbaijan features a music section containing various instruments and interactive displays. To prevent sound bleed from the displays, exhibition designers chose Brown Innovations Localizer sound domes to keep audio contained to their targeted listening areas. The exhibition was organized by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and the Pontifical Council for Culture.