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Who is that lady? Introducing the USound Muse

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In German, there is a saying that’s called “von der Muse geküsst” – kissed by the muse. It refers to a state of inspiration that lets you accomplish creative tasks with ease thanks to the muse, the mythological, goddess-like being, that supports artists. The muses as patrons of artisanry have had a long history, originating in ancient Greece. Yet we

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Iocaste: A VR/AR Sound Reference Design

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Iocaste is a fully-integrated audio system that can be placed inside the temples of AR/VR glasses. With a thickness as low as 5 mm, It features a Bluetooth controller, 2 woofers, 4 MEMS tweeters, 2 microphones with beamforming, a power management for standard 3.7 V batteries and a 32-bit low-power micro-controller (ARM Cortex-M4). USound delivers the module with audio filters

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Ganymede: A MEMS Loudspeaker

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With their compact size, Ganymede speakers (Achelous and Adap) are ideal for in-ear headphones design, wearables such as true-wireless headsets. As the perfect addition to a traditional speaker, it is easily retrofitted into standard enclosures to improve treble or implement 3D-audio systems. Check out our presentation on Google Slides or view our additional resources: Achelous datasheet Adap datasheet