AT&S technology used in Fauna audio glasses

January 28, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
AT&S technology used in Fauna audio glasses
The glasses feature four integrated micro speakers and two microphones and connect to a smartphone or PC via Bluetooth.

Austrian startup Fauna have developed audio glasses that are not only a designer piece made of high-quality material, fashionable frame shapes and colors, but also a technological masterpiece. The glasses boast four integrated micro speakers and two microphones to ensure that music, podcasts, audio books and even phone calls are comfortably accessed via the glasses. The glasses are charged with a charging case that also doubles as a power bank.

"What makes Fauna so unique is the targeted sound," says Fauna CEO Ferruccio Bottoni. "The sound is precisely directed to the ear, so that only the wearer hears the audio output." Nevertheless, the wearer always hears what's going on around them, keeping them safe in traffic, for example. What makes the audio glasses special are technologies developed by two Austrian companies:

The circuit board on which the micro-speakers are mounted is produced by the Styrian high-tech company AT&S – one of the global market leaders in high-quality connection. The architecture of this interconnect unlocks the loudspeaker's full potential. These micro speakers, Ganymede, are in turn developed by Graz-based audio company USound, which has over recent years built up and patented extensive technological know-how in the sound sector. AT&S circuit boards are integrated in multiple reference designs, audio modules and products that include USound's micro speaker models Ganymede or Conamara.

"We have been working successfully with USound since 2015 and have provided them with technological support on their road to success from a small startup to a relevant sound company," says AT&S CEO Andreas Gerstenmayer.

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