Some good sleuthing just revealed that Google bought a 3D audio company back in December 2020 to help amplify its audio product teams.
The company Google acquired is called Dysonics and according to The Protocol, the publication that broke the story about the acquisition, the team could be helping to create a spatial audio-ready version of the next Pixel Buds, Google Nest Audio speaker or even Google’s next AR/VR project.
So which one is it? Unfortunately, because the deal was only disclosed recently in a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, it isn’t exactly clear – and Google hasn’t publicly announced what it plans on doing with the acquisition.
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