About the Danish company AUDUX
The journey started way back in 1999 when musician and composer Claus Estrup Vesterskov created the show “Stairways to Heaven,” which was nominated for the Danish award “ Reumert”. The sound experience was enhanced by using 3D sound, that was delivered to the audience wearing headphones connected with cables.
In 2010 AUDUX presented at a matchmaking day by the Danish Sound Technology Network the idea that with new mobile phone technology, transmission to the audience at live concerts was possible in real time. The concept was then tested at Nephew’s concert at “Nibe Festival 2010” with a brilliant response to follow. This was enabled with the help of researchers from Danish Technical University and engineers from the German-owned company Rohde & Schwarz.
Audux was nominated for the European cluster innovation awards for the best idea and most innovative technology in 2011.
In 2011 a patent with 24 claims on the technology was filed and the company AUDUX ApS was founded. This was the basis for a revolution of the sound experience in almost all areas where sound plays a role.
The second patent was filed in 2012. This time with 21 claims.