If there’s one thing we know when live events return after the pandemic is that sound is going to be spatial and immersive. No more left/right. And there are many new companies working to make the creation and implementation of spatial audio a reality. Spatial is one of those companies, now announcing an immersive experience product line as a service, to bring realistic, interactive soundscapes to real-world spaces. And it’s a serious venture with major clients.
Spatial proposes a simple to install and use product line, complemented with services, to make dynamic immersive audio available everywhere. “We’ve been crafting an integrated software platform including a real-time interactive engine, 3D creative tools, an intuitive control app and service,” says Michael Plitkins, Spatial’s Co-founder and Co-der.
Plitkins is someone to be taken serious. Among other companies and projects, he was a programmer and graphic designer for Netscape and Nest (the thermostat company that Google acquired). And he clearly has his attention focused in audio now, more specifically, the potential of evolving audio soundscapes into immersive experiences. “The lack of approachable tools, complexity due to non-integrated solutions, cost and effort required has prevented immersive, interactive audio from being a must have component of experiences. We can’t wait to hear the amazing things creative teams and audio professionals build with what we have created!”
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