The Immersive Technology Forum on Thursday, 12 April, is made up of lectures revolving around subjects such as 3D audio, virtual reality, 360° film and holography, while there will also be several special areas where exhibitors can demonstrate immersive hearing experiences.
The company will also unveil new products and discuss its technology partnership with the new World Masters of Projection Mapping competition.
New surround system features "groundbreaking" patent-pending waveguide technology.
Alcons Audio’s pro-ribbon LR28 and LR18 systems were used on the Main Stage of Dance Valley festival in te Netherlands this year, marking one of the system's first outings.
An Alcons PA was used at this year's Jazz Aspen Snowmass, which saw performances by Earth, Wind & Fire, Michael McDonald, Tower of Power, the Arthur Lee Band and others.
Borås Stadsteater took delivery of the pro-ribbon system when its old PA had become too small and outdated to meet the demands of modern audiences.
The three-way, line-source system previewed at Prolight + Sound can be used as a vertical array with extended horizontal coverage.
Company will preview a wide-dispersion version of the LR28 Larger Format Line Array and an extension of the QR24 series, its modular high-output line-source column.
System includes eight Alcons LR7s micro line-arrays and two LR7B single 12in line-array subs as a split cluster.
System features a 14in pro-ribbon driver, quad slot-loaded 6.5in mid-range transducers and double, purpose-customised 14in woofers.
Dutch company's offering includes the CRMSCompact, RR12 point-source array and QR24 line-source column.
Visitors at ISE2012 were treated to Alcons Audio's 3D presentations