Los Angeles (November 10, 2006)–Visioneering Design, manufacturer of the Tomlinson Holman Tesseract theater screening room speaker system, recently delivered two complete systems to South Korea.
Pictured L-R are Ron Lagerlof of Visioneering Design and Jae Kim of MediaCube, South Korea’s Dolby consultant, with the Tesseract loudspeaker systems before shipment to South Korea.Tesseract systems have been in use in major private and commercial screening rooms and re-recording stages since Holman approached Visioneering with the product concept five years ago. Since that time, over 60 channels of the three-way, high-definition speaker system have been installed in facilities for Warner Bros. and Revolution Studios in Los Angeles; AR Rahman Studios, Chennai, India; Megacine, Rio de Janiero, Brazil; as well as private facilities for Titanic director James Cameron and The Fugitive director Andrew Davis.
The Tesseract speaker system has evolved from Holman’s earlier efforts in designing a “small room” version of the JBL two-way systems that were such a definitive part of his early work on THX. The Tesseract system provides the dynamic range, clarity and detail that is essential for presentation of today’s digital soundtracks in smaller screening rooms, which must accurately represent what will be heard in major motion picture theaters. Douglas Greenfield of the Los Angeles, California, Dolby Labs office referred Jae Kim to the Teserract range as a product that would fit the needs of the rapidly growing Asian post-production film industry.