press release

March 1, 2018

Tune In This Weekend to See Holosonics' Audio Spotlight Technology Featured on the Children's TV Show, Wonderama

Physicist Deborah Berebichez, PhD, and host David Osmond wow the crowd with Audio Spotlight


Holosonics' Audio Spotlight technology will be featured on Wonderama, a syndicated children's show that appears on local stations throughout the U.S. To view the days and times that you can watch the Wonderama broadcast on March 3rd and 4th, click here to access the show's channel guide and schedule.

Audio Spotlight directional speaker technology, which has been featured on many TV shows in the U.S. and beyond, produces narrow beams of sound, similar to a flashlight's beam of light.

The Wonderama cast is captivated by Dr. Berebichez's demonstration of Audio Spotlight

Dr. Berebichez describes how Audio Spotlight directional sound works

Audio Spotlight technology will be featured on Wonderama's "Cool Science" segment in the upcoming episode that will air on TV stations nationwide this weekend. Physicist Deborah Berebichez, PhD, co-host of Discovery Channel's "Outrageous Acts of Science" show, will make a guest appearance on Wonderama to demonstrate Audio Spotlight technology in action.

"The Audio Spotlight is a beautiful combination of science and wonder. I have demonstrated its directional sound for audiences many times and it amazes and thrills everyone who experiences it... The cast and audience of Wonderama were astonished!"
- Physicist Deborah Berebichez, PhD

Audio Spotlight in Action

The Audio Spotlight system creates focused beams of sound by using a narrow beam of ultrasound as a "virtual" sound source. While ultrasound itself is outside the range of human hearing, this innovative technique causes the air to change the ultrasound's "shape" as it travels. This change leads to the creation of clear sound that can be directed to a precise location, with directivity and control that far exceeds traditional loudspeakers. This directional audio technology is regularly used for enhancing a wide variety of commercial applications including libraries, museums and galleries, digital signage, retail displays, trade exhibits, and art installations around the world