1 hr 5 min

THD Podcast 61 - TREBLE Iceland Sound Simulation and Rendering Software MODEL ACOUSTICS IN BUILDINGS CARS VR THD Podcast

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The Total Harmonic Discussion / the THD Podcast. A weekly discussion on audio and headphone technologies and the people who bring the technology to market.

In episode 61, Dr. Finnur Pind, CEO of Treble Technologies, joins to tell us about their cutting-edge sound simulation technology and processes. They are bringing this next generation technology to market with the vision of enabling designers of the built environment to create a better sounding world. The technology revolves around using sound simulation and rendering software to model acoustic behaviour in buildings, structures, or other enclosures such as cars.  There are also applications in VR and gaming that hold great promise.

The research work which serves as the basis of Treble was done at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), in close collaboration with Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Virgina Tech. This work was led by leading scientists in the field of acoustics and scientific computing, most of whom are closely involved in Treble Technologies today. The company is based in the city center of Reykjavík, Iceland.

Please like, subscribe, share, and comment with your feedback! Enjoy the podcast!

www.db-ent.com
linkedin.com/in/dave-lindberg-ab0b096
@dlindberg11

www.treble.tech
linkedin.com/company/treble-technologies

www.totalharmonicdiscussion.com

The Total Harmonic Discussion / the THD Podcast. A weekly discussion on audio and headphone technologies and the people who bring the technology to market.

In episode 61, Dr. Finnur Pind, CEO of Treble Technologies, joins to tell us about their cutting-edge sound simulation technology and processes. They are bringing this next generation technology to market with the vision of enabling designers of the built environment to create a better sounding world. The technology revolves around using sound simulation and rendering software to model acoustic behaviour in buildings, structures, or other enclosures such as cars.  There are also applications in VR and gaming that hold great promise.

The research work which serves as the basis of Treble was done at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), in close collaboration with Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Virgina Tech. This work was led by leading scientists in the field of acoustics and scientific computing, most of whom are closely involved in Treble Technologies today. The company is based in the city center of Reykjavík, Iceland.

Please like, subscribe, share, and comment with your feedback! Enjoy the podcast!

www.db-ent.com
linkedin.com/in/dave-lindberg-ab0b096
@dlindberg11

www.treble.tech
linkedin.com/company/treble-technologies

www.totalharmonicdiscussion.com

1 hr 5 min

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