Archive for the ‘USC spinoffs’ Category

Lenka Koloma Joins Audyssey (USC) as Vice President of Licensing Sales (12/20/2010)

January 4, 2011

Audyssey develops audio technologies that reproduce studio recordings, movies and live performances. The initial technology was developed by USC professors, audio industry pioneer Tomlinson Holman and audio signal processing researcher Chris Kyriakakis, Dr. Sunil Bharitkar and Philip Hilmes.

From the company’s press release:
Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today announced that Lenka Koloma has joined the company as vice president of licensing sales. In this role she will manage all business-to-business (B2B) sales relationships. In addition, she will be tasked with expanding Audyssey’s licensing business on a global basis within all applicable market segments. <a href="http://www.audyssey.com/aboutus/press/349_lenka-koloma-joins-audyssey-as-vice-president-of-licensing-sales-"read full press release

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The Audyssey (USC) South of Market Audio Dock Wins Popular Science’s Best of What’s New Award (11/17/2010)

November 18, 2010

Audyssey develops audio technologies that reproduce studio recordings, movies and live performances. The initial technology was developed by USC professors, audio industry pioneer Tomlinson Holman and audio signal processing researcher Chris Kyriakakis, Dr. Sunil Bharitkar and Philip Hilmes.

From the company’s press release:
Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today announced that Popular Science named the South of Market Audio Dock a winner of a Best of What’s New award in the Home Entertainment category. Popular Science established the Best of What’s New competition in 1987 to formally recognize the most innovative and inventive products of the year. read full press release

Audyssey (USC) Named as CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Award Honoree (11/9/2010)

November 12, 2010

Audyssey develops audio technologies that reproduce studio recordings, movies and live performances. The initial technology was developed by USC professors, audio industry pioneer Tomlinson Holman and audio signal processing researcher Chris Kyriakakis, Dr. Sunil Bharitkar and Philip Hilmes.

From the company’s press release:
Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today announced that it has been named an International CES innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards honoree for MultEQ XT32. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting-edge consumer electronics products across 35 product categories. read full press release

Audyssey (USC) MultEQ XT Now Playing at Your Local IMAX® Theater (10/26/2010)

November 1, 2010

Audyssey develops audio technologies that reproduce studio recordings, movies and live performances. The initial technology was developed by USC professors, audio industry pioneer Tomlinson Holman and audio signal processing researcher Chris Kyriakakis, Dr. Sunil Bharitkar and Philip Hilmes.

Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today announced that its award-winning MultEQ XT technology is now being used by IMAX as part of IMAX’s new nXos Calibrator technology for new IMAX® theater installations. The system has already been installed in seven of the most recently opened IMAX theaters. In the past, movie theater calibration was a lengthy process that made it difficult to produce consistent results across the audience and from theater to theater. read more

Geosemble (USC), ETI Collaborate on Product Development (10/21/2010)

November 1, 2010

Geosemble Technologies was founded by USC Computer Science faculty members Dr. Craig Knoblock and Dr. Cyrus Shahabi. The company provides automatic techniques for bringing dynamic content to aerial imagery.

Geosemble Technologies and Earth Technology Integration LLC, ( ETI) have announced a partnership to work collaboratively on Geosemble’s GeoXray geo-faceted content search and discovery tool. ETI brings substantial technical expertise in the development of geospatial data integration solutions for a host of Federal and state government customers, and the partnership is expected to enhance the competitive position of both companies in each of their respective markets. read more

Geosemble (USC) a standout in DARPA 2010 Success Report

October 5, 2010

Geosemble Technologies is a USC spinoff that provides automatic techniques for bringing dynamic content to aerial imagery.

Geosemble® Technologies, Inc. has been highlighted in a recent report by the Defense Advanced Projects Agency (DARPA) as a uniquely capable company in the development and commercialization of technology for delivering textual content to geospatial imagery and maps. The report provides information on the technology, commercialization, and customers and provides lessons learned as part of the commercialization process. “Our DARPA program was very important in helping us develop the right geo-faceted technology that today helps organizations search, discover and manage text information geographically”, said Andre Doumitt, Geosemble’s CEO. “What we discovered is that about 80% of online content has a geographic component, and we estimate that over half of that number has no address or latitude-longitude information. That’s the content area we focus on and that’s where we deliver value to our customers,” he said. The DARPA report goes on to highlight that Geosemble took important commercialization steps to ensure adoption across commercial and government customers, starting with a detailed analysis of the customers’ work flows and data challenges. [read more]

Audyssey (USC) Announces MultEQ Pro Software Update (9/23/2010)

September 28, 2010

Audyssey is a USC spinoff that develops sound equalization solutions.

Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today announced a new version of its MultEQ Pro Software. The software is used to calibrate and equalize home theater systems using Audyssey installer-ready AVRs, and to customize other Audyssey technologies, such as Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume. [read more]

Alelo (USC) Selected as a Top Training and Simulation Company for 2010 by Military Training and Technology Magazine (9/15/2010)

September 28, 2010

Alelo is a USC spinoff focused on foreign language and culture training.

Military Training Technology Magazine has announced its list of the Top Training and Simulation Companies for 2010, and Alelo was selected for its contributions in the fields of Distributed Learning, Language Training and Serious Games. [read more]

Audyssey (USC) Introduces New Premium iPhone Audio Dock (9/14/2010)

September 28, 2010

Audyssey is a USC spinoff that develops sound equalization systems.

Audyssey, a leader in audio technology for the home, automotive and theater markets, today introduced the Audyssey Audio Dock: South of Market Edition. The dock represents a breakthrough in the design of audio products by using Audyssey’s expertise in combining digital signal processing and electro-acoustic design for a truly innovative listening experience. [read more]

Audyssey (USC) Multiple Subwoofer EQ Technology Now on AVRs (8/31/2010)

September 8, 2010

Audyssey is a USC spinoff that develops sound equalization solutions.

Audyssey today announced Audyssey Sub EQ HT, which is currently shipping in AVRs from leading audio companies. Audyssey Sub EQ HT allows consumers to properly integrate two subwoofers in their home theater systems. Sub EQ HT makes the integration seamless by first compensating for any level and delay differences between the two subwoofers and then applying Audyssey’s room correction MultEQ technology to both subwoofers together. The result is great sound with fantastic bass. [read more]