Apple has credit for popularising the 3D sound technology during its Apple Music event some months ago. The technology has evolved with Yamaha producing its own Airpods Pro Max killers.
This technology will make it possible for users to hear conversations in 3D around them. The company says this technology works best with headphones, as sound would become more human and lifelike.
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Clubhouse the once invite-only app has gone public, the company announced last month. Co-founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth made the app open to the public.
So If you signup right now, you will automatically join with no waiting list. Sadly, the 10 million people already on the waitlist, will be slowly joining the platform in the coming weeks/months.
A blog post citing the change said “The invite system has been an important part of our early history.”
“By adding people in waves, welcoming new faces each week in our Wednesday Orientations, and talking with the community each Sunday in Town Hall,”
“we’ve been able to grow Clubhouse in a measured way, and keep things from breaking as we’ve scaled.”
Clubhouse says Android Spatial audio compatibility is coming soon. They look to offer all their users the same audio experience. Spatial audio on its mobile app can be turned off anytime in settings.
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