One big reason that we maintain home theaters instead of watching everything on mobile devices is sound quality. Getting big, room-filling sound—particularly 3D surround sound—tends to be a bit more than a typical smartphone can handle. That may not be the case much longer based on a new development from Voxeet, which brings 3D surround sound to a mobile workforce collaboration tool.
Voxeet is perhaps better known for its TrueVoice technology, a system which provides 3D surround sound to a variety of devices. This same technology can also be used to make a conference call sound less like a standard phone call and more like a dynamic, fully-realized experience, which is a great thing for the mobile workforce that uses such technology routinely. With Voxeet 4.0, called a first for the industry, that TrueVoice technology is now in place.
Voxeet 4.0 is said to work smoothly on most any mobile device, and can readily transfer from one device to the other. Users can join conversations directly from the Web itself, which means there’s no need to download an app, and that makes it much easier to not only get started, but also carry on. A new look and overall operation are also said to be in play, and that’s a development that will likely prove positive for users. Essentially, Voxeet can not only make the process of connecting as smooth as possible, but likewise improve the audio generated during such a conversation. Read more at Real Time Communications >