The microphone was invented to help people share information and ideas. Whether at a podium or on a conference call, the microphone amplifies what comes naturally.
But microphones require specific conditions to perform optimally – the person needs to be within range, speak at the right volume and face the right direction.
We observed this in meetings involving remote participants. When actively collaborating, people moved around and continued to speak, but the microphone remained stationary. We saw that communication broke down, particularly with remote participants. Then, inspiration struck and led to the invention of Microphone Mist technology.
Microphone Mist technology processes sound the same way our brains do. In conversation, your brain filters noises and distractions so you can focus on what is said to you. Through advanced signal processing algorithms, this effect is replicated by intelligently focusing on what you want to hear and reducing all other noise.
Every one of the 8,192 microphones is always on. This means the focus is on what you want to hear. Even with multiple people in the room talking and moving, you can hear everything that is said.
Conventional microphones require an audio source to be within physical proximity. As people in meetings spend less time sitting and more time moving and collaborating, these microphones struggle to keep up. Microphone Mist technology ensures a virtual microphone is always around you without any setup or interruptions to your meeting.