The autonomous car of the future will not be used simply for transportation, but also as a moving home theater, conference room, and entertainment center – each of which is reliant on exceptional audio.
Designing a sound system for a car has a different success formula than designing a sound system for a living room. In a car, neither the loudspeakers or the people listening to them can be placed precisely according to the standard.
With Dirac FilterLab, things done changed and we can now offer a so fresh, so clean and user-friendly interface that reflects the algorithm’s strength through interface design.
What are the expectations for a tuning tool? And who will use it? What are the factors and contexts that influence the tuning approaches we take, whether it is manual tuning approach, automatic tuning approach, or assisted tuning approaches?
“If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” This well known quote is attributed to psychologist Abraham Maslow, who observed that the accessibility of a given tool tends to influence the type of approach humans take when solving a problem. As engineers and researchers, we are not spared from the phenomenon of Maslow’s hammer, although many of us might like to think otherwise...