HyperSound® HSS300 has been installed in many locations throughout the US, South America, and Europe. From partners to retail to museums to libraries, check out some our featured installations below.
||22 Miles is a HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions partner that provides superior digital signage. These photos show their work at the 2016 Digital Signage Expo. By using HyperSound speakers at this expo, they were able to engage with potential customers as they walked them through their digital signage solution.|
||Activision had HyperSound® HSS300 installed in their Call of Duty Advanced Warfare kiosk at over 900 Best Buy stores to attract customers and promote the sale of their new game. By using directed audio in their kiosk, Activision was able to create a unique and isolated sound zone in the Best Buy environment.|
|Boyd Sign Systems used HyperSound® HSS300 speakers in their airport concept design in conjunction with their digital signage component. The goal of this concept was to inform passengers about their upcoming flight and provide information about their arrival city and airport details.|
|Cellular Sales partnered with HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions to design a three-installation pilot at a retail location since many of the displays are designed with promotional video screens, but few incorporate audio content. The pilot was designed to create immersive sound zones that enhanced customer interaction without creating a disruptive, disharmony of conflicting sounds. While comparing the average growth between September and October to November and December, total sales in the HyperSound® pilot store grew 43%. Sales within all of Knoxville only grew by 9% during the same period. The HyperSound® pilot store therefore had a new gain of +34% compared to the stores in the rest of the city.
|The Chick-fil-A Why We Love College Football in the College Football Hall of Fame used HyperSound® HSS300 speakers to create an engaging display that captured the passion, energy, and tradition of college football. This 52-foot, multi-touch and RFID driven video wall used many different audio zones to create a high interactive, high-tech experience.|
||Dell integrated Hypersound® HSS300 speakers in their Virtual Sales Assistant set up. They used an attractor loop to draw in the customer with directional audio. Once the customer touches the screen to begin the Dell VSA experience, they are paired with a Dell expert that is able to answer all of their immediate questions as well as share various web links and information about their products, creating a one of a kind experience.|
||Five Stone Studios worked with Samtec to design and install this interactive display at their company headquarters. As shown in the rendering, they were able to use HyperSound® HSS300 as their speakers to create 5 unique listening zones that were in close proximity with each other.|
|Foyles Bookstore utilized HyperSound® HSS300 speakers to share information about new books and authors. When a customer stepped onto a specific area of the floor, a proximity sensor would be triggered and audio would shower down from the speaker, allowing for just the customer in this beam to hear.|
|Hersey used a HyperSound HSS300 speaker to engage with customers at that largest candy store in their Hershey’s Chocolate World Attraction. By doing so, they were able to have a complete audio and visual game with Microsoft KInect without interrupting the other guests shopping throughout the store.|
|This hospital installed HyperSound® HSS300 speakers as part of their digital signage wall. The speakers are able to communicate to visitors about current programs at the hospital, thank past financial donors, and create awareness about future initiatives.|
||Hughes, another partner of HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions, is a digital signage provider that supplies companies with creative solutions that inform customers, promote products or services, and gain a competitive advantage. These photos show their work at the 2016 Digital Signage Expo. By using HyperSound® HSS300 at the expo, they were able to attract new customers to their booth when they entered the audio zone as well as engage with them when videos were triggered by the touchscreen.|
|iFace is a revolutionary digital signage company that creates immersive digital media. As a HyperSound Audio Solutions partner, they used our speaker at the Retail Design Institute’s Design for the Senses event in Southern California to showcase a way to enhance retail environments.|
||Inception Visual offers a glasses-free 3D digital signage solution that combines visual and audio components to make digital signage more impactful and relevant to audiences. As one of our partners, HyperSound® HSS300 speakers were showcased at the 2016 Digital Signage Expo and the 2016 National Retail Federation show. By partnering at these shows, they were able to showcase new products to visitors and attract visitors into their own booth space and also for their retail clients.|
National Retail Federation Show
|Microsoft used HyperSound® directed audio technology at the National Retail Federation show in 2015. By using our speakers, they were able to cut through the traditional noisy tradeshow atmosphere and engage with show-goers.|
Microsoft Visitor Center
|Microsoft Visitor Center is a place where you can experience everything from the latest Microsoft Research innovations to the very first personal computer. With their self-guided tour information, guests are able to explore hands-on exhibits featuring some of the company’s most exciting technologies for home and business. HyperSound® directed audio technology is used in these exhibits so that the sound does not carry throughout the entire center.|
|Microsoft created a gaming kiosk for their XBOX One console. The gamer is able to engage with the kiosk while receiving the audio content from our HyperSound®HSS300 speakers. By using directional audio, Microsoft was able to immerse gamers in sound while keeping the area surrounding the kiosk quiet.|
Digital Signage Kiosk
|Microsoft incorporated HyperSound®’s directional audio to not only attract, but inform users as part of their static digital signage.|
||MkTech is a South American partner of HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions in Chile. They create audio zones for a unique and effective solution in public spaces. They have installed HyperSound® HSS300 speakers at the Bienal de Artes Mediales to highlight one of their exhibits.|
||MkTech also installed HyperSound® HSS300 speakers at the SonarSound Santiago festival. SonarSound Santiago is where music, creativity, and technology converges for one day. By using our speakers, the festival was able to cut through the typical noisy festival environment and highlight different forms of art and technology.|
Coast Guard Aviation Exhibit
|“With the use of HyperSound Pro’s directed audio solution we were able to create several audio zones at the Coast Guard, Apollo and Hall of Recognition exhibits without disrupting nearby museum visitors or employees. Adding directed audio has become a valuable part of the National Naval Aviation Museum’s overall interactive design strategy.”|
|The Channel 5 News Station wanted a way to show their news broadcast all day in their lobby without disrupting the receptionist while she works. Rather than using the traditional speakers, they used HyperSound® HSS300 speakers to provide guests waiting in their lobby with the daily news while preserving a professional atmosphere.|
||The Petersen Automotive Museum Industry Professionals exhibit explores the roles of individuals in the contemporary car manufacturing process and highlights historical figures that helped from the industry. The museum wanted each bank to provide video and sound without bleeding into another bank. By using HyperSound® HSS300 speakers they are able to keep each bank separate so guests in this exhibit do not become too overwhelmed by the audio.|
||“While on location the sound is really good. It feels just as though you were wearing earphones.”|
|Skyluft is another partner of HyperSound Professional Audio solutions. They work with companies to generate unique experiences and solutions that inspire emotional connections with potential consumers. They worked with a South American Cellular retailer to create an interactive sales display to attract customers near that display without creating more noise in the store.|
||Stampede is a distributor for HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions. Here you can see their showcase of HyperSound® HSS300 products at the 2015 Digital Signage expo.|
||The Texas A&M Engineering Department utilizes HyperSound® HSS300 speakers in individual listening stations in their lobby. They are able to provide information on monitors while still maintaining a quiet environment so students can study in the different lobby areas.|
|Total Wine & More partnered HyperSound® HSS300 speakers with a digital sign to create a better customer experience during their tasting process. Customers in this area of the store would be able to learn more about new products while waiting their turn in line.|
||Videotel is a partner of HyperSound Professional Audio Solutions and offers digital signage media players, looping DVD players, and interactive digital signage solutions. They used HyperSound® HSS300 speakers at the Digital Signage Expo in 2016. By using directed audio, they were able to attract people to their booth and then provide them with information about their services.|
|The Willard Public Library wanted to start showing movies in the children’s section of their library without disrupting the other library guests. By using HyperSound® HSS300 speakers, they were able to direct the audio from the movies to just one part of the children’s section so as not to create too loud of an atmosphere.|
||Woodwright Co utilized HyperSound® HSS300 speakers at the Miami Boat Show for Sirius/XM. There were three kiosks featuring partner vendor products including their signature music lineup, which was played through the HyperSound® speakers. These speakers were mounted to each kiosk to attract consumers to check out the booth.|
HSS300 can be utilized in many different ways depending on the type of audio goal you are trying to achieve.
Table & Wall Mount
Localized Sound – Ceiling Installation
Localized Sound – Floor & Kiosks Installation
- Beams audio to intended individuals only
- Enables multiple audio zones
- Creates immersive, engaging experiences
- Increases dwell time
- Improves advertising (or informational messaging) effectiveness
- Boosts likelihood of intended behavior
- Increases initial interaction: Your message reaches a bigger audience when high-quality media brings in more foot traffic.
- Increases engagement: Virtual reality audio is completely immersive, similar to wearing headphones. This rich, immersive experience holds people’s attention – longer. And it’s more than just stopping power. This innovative audio experience is more unique, interesting, and entertaining than traditional in-store audio.
- Increases message retention: HyperSound® Pro Audio pairs with visuals to build sensory branding — a rich virtual reality that enhances message assimilation and recall.
- Increases purchasing behavior: When brands use HyperSound® Pro Audio as part of their in-store media strategy, it helps to reinforce intended behavior. Messages are more compelling because they are stronger, and often appeal more to both the emotional and rational sides of decision-making.
- For audio engineers and integrators, the challenge to add audio to retail, museum, trade show, and other acoustically complex commercial spaces has been daunting, often resulting in the elimination of audio within the application. This is because most commercial loudspeakers create audio that bleeds into other spaces, or adds distracting, unwanted reflections.
- Unfortunately, most audio experiences have lacked sound directivity – which is an important factor when designing spaces requiring isolated audio zones and/or needing to minimize the negative effects of audio bleed. HyperSound® Pro Audio changes that.
- HyperSound® technology now provides the means for projecting sound in a highly directional manner, without using large loudspeaker arrays, to form sharp directional beams. This gives designers the unique flexibility to place sound exactly where you want it.