HEAD VISOR hardware – Microphone arrays for localizing sound sources using beamforming technology
The HEAD VISOR measurement system comprises the software and a microphone array. The acoustic camera uses beamforming technology to pinpoint sound sources in real time. Various microphone arrays are available for different applications. Some are scalable and customizable and all can be activated and controlled with HEAD VISOR software.
As soon as the microphone array is switched on, HEAD VISOR software provides video images with simultaneously overlaid, high-quality source mapping. This feature allows you to obtain the necessary information about the sound source without any time delay.
All three hardware versions combine beamforming with MultipleEye technology, using three cameras to record the video images in real time. This process enables distances to all points in the image to be determined with exceptional precision and allows continuous, synchronous video images in real time.
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- Acoustic camera with beamforming technology for localizing sound sources online
- Customizable, scalable system for diverse applications
- Extremely high location accuracy
- Option to combine different arrays
- Interactive working possible because changes are visualized in real time
- MultipleEye technology: Continuous, synchronous video images in real time and ability to determine distances to all points in the image with exceptional precision
- High-quality hardware components for HEAD VISOR beamforming systems
- Additional sensors can be connected (integration of HEADlab products)
- All microphone arrays can be combined
- Near-field HEAD VISOR Probe can be connected to microphone arrays
- VMA II.1: Mobile array with 7 spiral arms (56 microphones), 3 cameras and integrated front end
- VMA III.0: 14 spiral arms (112 microphones), 3 cameras and integrated front end
- HEAD VISOR flex: Customizable microphone array with camera module and HEADlab technology; dimensions, number of channels and geometry all modifiable
- All arrays can be linked to a PC via a network cable
- Analyzing and optimizing sounds
- Room and structural acoustics
- Leak detection/testing
- Test benches
- Detecting sound-radiating components on test pieces
- Visualizing acoustic weak points
- Wind tunnels
- Eliminating rough edges with a major impact on interior wind noise
- Wind turbines
- Auralizing locations that radiate the most sound energy
- Localizing sources of typical wind turbine noise
- Analyzing the acoustic effects of different rotor designs