FAQ | Frequently Asked Questions

Is usomo an audio guide?

usomo can be used as an audio guide, but it is much more than the one-sided playback device. usomo reacts interactively to movements in the space, whereby it generates unique sound worlds at each use. More about the difference between usomo and audio guides HERE.

How many people can use usomo simultaneously?

Theroretically, there is no limitation to the number of users. Practically, it is as many as fit comfortably in the space that is covered by the respective transmitters.

Are there restrictions for the spaces, in which usomo can be used?

For the correct ranging, a disturbance-free connection between the headphones and the transmitters is required. When this is given, usomo can even be installed spanning several floors.

Is it possible to use usomo in small spaces and projects?

Absolutely! usomo also works on very few square meters, as long as at least four transmitters can be installed.

Is usomo limited to interior spaces?

usomo functions both in interior and in exterior areas. If the installation is temporary and the proper protection from weather conditions is secured, it is no problem to install usomo outside.

Is it necessary to permanently acquire a lot of equipment?

That is very manageable. Needed are as many usomo headphones and smartphones as people are intended to move around the space simultaneously. Plus a number of transmitters relative to the size of the space. More hardware does not need to be acquired – larger pieces such as a server are not required. Also, usomo can simply be rented.

Is the maintenance of usomo very laborious?

No. Because the system does not need any complex components like a server, the maintenance is very simple. It does not require any special expertise, aside from an introduction by Framed.

Here we answer frequently asked questions about our sound system.

What’s most important: With the immersive audio system usomo, space and sound unite in a totally innovative way.

For everyone an individual experience: As one moves around the space, sounds are being triggered or stopped, and even the tonality, volume and angle of the sound sources change.