Dirac Research to Introduce the Next Generation of its Acclaimed Dirac Live Platform at CES 2018

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Dirac Research, the global leader in digitally optimized sound solutions, today announced several major updates to its pioneering Dirac Live room correction platform, including a refreshed, modern user interface with a simplified setup procedure, improved performance through a new algorithm, and new multi-language support. CES 2018 attendees will be able to experience a pre-release demo of this second-generation Dirac Live platform at Dirac Research’s Westgate Hotel Suite #630. The updated software is expected to launch in Q1 2018.

Dirac Research Partners With Symphonova To Revolutionize and Democratize the Modern Symphony Orchestra

Dirac Research, the global leader in platform optimized audio technology, today announced a partnership with Symphonova – a first-of-its-kind orchestra that blends the talents of twelve leading classical soloists with a breakthrough digital audio system comprised of custom-configured Symphonova Instrumental Loudspeakers, a gestural-based Symphonova Wand, and Dirac Live room correction technology.

Dirac Research Partners with Harman International and Motorola to Bring Home Theater Quality Audio to Smartphones

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Watching movies on smartphones has just become far more cinematic, thanks to Dirac Research, the global leader in digital sound optimization technology, through their recent collaboration with HARMAN International and Motorola to launch the all-new JBL Soundboost 2 speaker compatible with all moto z smartphones. The JBL Soundboost 2 speaker, through the JBL MySoundBoost 2 application, is equipped with Dirac Panorama Sound, a breakthrough speaker-optimization solution capable of delivering a truly immersive surround sound listening experience from devices as small as portable speakers or smartphones.

Dirac Research Strengthens Partnership With Harman International; Lexicon AV Receivers to Feature Dirac Live Room Correction Technology

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Dirac Research, the global leader in platform optimized audio technology, has extended its long-standing partnership with Harman International, a Samsung Company, with the announcement that it will integrate its Dirac Live room correction technology into Harman’s line of Lexicon AV receivers.

Dirac Research To Introduce Consumer-Friendly Audio Room Correction Tool at CEDIA 2017

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Dirac Research, the global leader in platform optimized audio technology, today announced Mobile Dirac Live – an end-user version of its groundbreaking integrator-based Dirac Live room correction solution. While the installer version of the Dirac Live platform is designed for high-end custom designed home theater systems, the new Mobile Dirac Live app allows manufacturers of “lite” home theater AVR products, which are often purchased and configured directly by the end-user, to provide their customers the ability to easily and conveniently correct for their system’s audio abnormalities and imperfections. The introduction of Mobile Dirac Live will be made at CEDIA 2017 in Dirac Booth #5708.

Wisdom Audio Introduces 2nd Generation of System Controllers Featuring Dirac Live

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Wisdom Audio, designer and manufacturer of loudspeaker systems tailored for the most discerning audiophiles, will unveil its new SC-2 and SC-3 system controllers featuring Dirac Live® digital room correction technology in booth 4849 at CEDIA 2017, Sept. 7-9 at the San Diego Convention Center. The second-generation controllers are designed to help installers quickly and confidently overcome acoustic problems with calibration tools that solve unpredictable and complex audio distortions in any installation.

Dirac Research to Make its CEDIA Debut with Presentation on the Future of Audio Room Correction Technology

Responding to growing demand from industry professionals and potential partners, Dirac Research, the global leader in platform-optimized audio technology, will host a 90-minute presentation at CEDIA 2017 covering the latest advancements in room correction technologies and recent developments in the field.

Dirac Research To Equip Select NAD Electronics Amplifiers with Dirac Live Room Correction

UPPSALA, SWEDEN – Strengthening its commitment to provide customers with an unparalleled home theater listening experience, NAD Electronics today announced a strategic partnership with Dirac Research, the global leader in platform optimized sound enhancement technology. The partnership will incorporate the Dirac Live room correction solution into upcoming, select products in NAD Electronics’ Masters and Custom Install lines.

Dirac VR named ‘Best Virtual Reality Industry Technology’ at The 2017 TechXLR8 Awards

UPPSALA, SWEDEN —  Furthering its success across the virtual reality landscape, Dirac VR, a breakthrough 3D audio solution developed by Sweden’s Dirac Research, was just named the “Best Virtual Reality Industry Technology” at the 2017 TechXLR8 Awards. As London Tech Week’s flagship show, TechXLR8, which runs from June 13-15, recognizes excellence and outstanding contributions in converging areas of technology and is comprised of various expos including Europe’s number 1 VR & AR event – VR & AR World – as well as IoT Europe and Apps World Europe, amongst other.

Dirac Research Appoints Lars Isaksson Business Director of AR/ VR

UPPSALA, SWEDEN — Investing further in the build-out of its senior management team, Dirac Research, a global leader in platform-optimized sound enhancement technology, today appointed Lars Isaksson Business Director of AR/VR. According to company founder and CEO Mathias Johansson, Mr. Isaksson will be responsible for driving market demand and product development for the company’s recently introduced Dirac VR audio platform, which delivers compellingly immersive sound with an unprecedented new level of realism.

Dirac Awarded $250K USD by Swedish Innovation Agency to Fund 3D Audio Recording Initiative

Nearly one month after raising over USD $4.85-million from new and current investors, Dirac Research, the global leader in platform-optimized sound enhancement technology, today announced that they’ve been awarded an additional $250K in research funding from Swedish government innovation agency Vinnova for a project pertaining to 3D audio recording for consumer devices. According to Dirac cofounder and CEO Mathias Johansson, the project will leverage the capabilities of their breakthrough Dirac VR audio platform, which debuted in January at CES 2017.