The Modulo Kinetic media server by Modulo Pi is now fully compatible with L-Acoustics’ Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology, to offer more complete immersive experiences
L-Acoustics bring a complete A/V real-time production suite. L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology is a multidimensional, object-based approach to designing, mixing, and processing sound that results in extremely natural and intelligible audio and a more vibrant, and authentic connection between artists and their fans. Already deployed on over 7.000 performances, L-ISA has been adopted by artists such as Mark Knopfler and Bon Iver, and permanently installed in experiential venues like ARTECHOUSE and Spyscape museum.
Designing the next generation of media server solutions Modulo Kinetic media server now fully compatible with L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology for complete immersive experiences.
Launched in 2016, Modulo Kinetic now reaches a new version in January 2020 thanks to the full integration of L-Acoustics’ L-ISA technology. The spatial audio system is now included in Modulo Kinetic’s library of preloaded devices, allowing bidirectional interactions between the video toolbox on one hand, and the spatial audio technology on the other hand. Modulo Pi and L-Acoustics offer real-time interactions between video and spatial audio for state-of-the-art immersive experiences.
Operators can thus control the L-ISA solution directly from Modulo Kinetic, enabling spatial audio control from the media server’stimeline sequencer, 3D engine, nodal editor, or embedded show controller. The L-ISA system can also send data to Modulo Kinetic – such as audio source pan, width, distance, elevation etc –
in order to interact with media encoded in the media server, or generative content created with Modulo Kinetic’s 3D engine. In addition, KineMotion, the tracking module within Modulo Kinetic, becomes a certified tracking system for L-ISA.
Available as an option for Modulo Kinetic, the new optical tracking module thus offer automatic sound source positioning when working with L-ISA.
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