New York Philharmonic, Mets, Cavaliers Get Augmented Reality Listening

Doppler Labs is hoping to improve the experience for music and sports audiences.Wireless ear-bud maker Doppler Labs has partnered with six organizations to bring its Here One “augmented reality listening” to sporting events, museums, concert halls, and more.

The company is teaming up with The New York Philharmonic, the New York Mets, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (De Young & Legion of Honor), MADE Fashion Week, Gimlet Media, and theCoachella music festival.

Doppler Labs will be working with each of these organizations to deliver unique, contextual audio content and other enhanced acoustic experiences through Here One beginning in 2017.

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