DSP processor creates ambient soundscapes and audio response behind the world's largest multi-touch display

BEAVERTON, Oregon -- Aug. 27, 2014 -- Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, announced that Tesira(R), the company's flagship digital signal processor (DSP)-based media system, was selected for the Queensland University of Technology's (QUT) state-of-the-art The Cube project, a cutting-edge interactive learning and display space. Installed in the foyer of the Australian university's Science and Engineering Centre, the colossal two-story video wall provides visitors, students, and staff with real-time animations and soundscapes that bring a world of scientific exploration to life.

Designed to showcase...

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Abi Mandelbaum

Abi Mandelbaum is CEO of YouVisit.