Nureva Inc., an innovator in advanced audio conferencing solutions, announces its participation in the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, October 25 to 28 in Denver, where it will debut its audio product for education.
Visitors to booth 1600 will learn how Nureva’s audio conferencing systems make it easy and affordable to get consistent, full-room audio coverage in mid-size and large hybrid learning spaces.
Nureva systems deliver the audio experience that education institutions demand without the cost and complexity associated with installation, setup and maintenance of traditional multicomponent pro AV solutions. Powered by patented Microphone Mist™ technology, Nureva systems are fill a space with thousands of virtual microphones to provide full-room pickup. This allows students to be heard throughout the room regardless of their location, the direction they face or the presence of unwanted sounds such as HVAC or projector fans.
Also unique to Nureva audio systems is Voice Amplification Mode, which provides voice amplification (so those in the room can hear) and full-room microphone pickup (so remote participants can hear). This makes Nureva audio a solution that supports hybrid learning without compromising the experience of remote students.
The EDUCAUSE Conference is the premier higher education IT event, and this year’s conference will explore the latest trends from higher education’s experts and community peers. At EDUCAUSE, in addition to launching a classroom product, Nureva will showcase Nureva XT, a fully integrated audio and video solution for higher education and K–12 classrooms.
The company also will demonstrate the latest features and updates in Nureva Console, a cloud-based platform that makes it easy to manage and monitor Nureva audio systems and monitor third-party cameras from anywhere. Additionally, visitors to Nureva’s booth can learn about Nureva’s growing library of APIs and integrations that make it easy for IT managers to incorporate Nureva systems into their existing workflows. This includes a recently announced sound location device API that supports camera tracking with third-party cameras.