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Tweaklab audio amplifier with DSP | Impressive sound quality
Tweaklab audio amplifier, front
The Tweaklab audio amplifier features an optimum balance between compact, easy to install dimensions, high output power and an impressive quality of sound. The amplifier contains a modern digital signal processor DSP, that allows for manifold tonal adaptions to the loudspeakers being used in any room, and herewith guarantees optimal sound results. Four different DSP settings can be stored in the instrument, the tonal fine adjustment can be chosen at the touch of a button.
Tweaklab MP3 player | Multifunctional and handy
Tweaklab MP3 player
The Tweaklab MP3 player with integrated amplifier is specifically suitable for the use in exhibitions. The MP3 files are being played from an SD card, optionally in an endless loop. Furthermore the player can easily be configurated for operation with up to four illuminated pushbuttons.
Tweaklab handset | Single cup headphone with select buttons
Single cup headphone with and without language select button and volume control
The single cup headphones are made of POM, a plastic material. They are robust and easy to clean. They suit as mono headphones for CF-card audio player in exhibitions and are mounted on windows or furniture with a magnetic holder. The built-in magnetic switch starts audio files or mutes the speaker. With additional buttons files can be started or languages chosen. Volume can be adjusted individually. The headphones are available in black or white, with or without select buttons.
Tweaklab kiosk software | For the usage of computers at exhibitions
The software causes a specific application or film to be started as soon as the computer is switched on, and to be reloaded after a computer crash. Thereby films are automatically played in full-screen mode and in endless loop. Dialogue windows of other programs are suppressed. There is an option to activate e-mail notification if problems occur. Additionally, the settings permit to hide the mouse-cursor and to block key combinations that allow leaving the application.
LED display | LED information behind wood veneer
Column on the Novartis Campus building WSJ-242 by Frank Gehry
In collaboration with Jos. Berchtold AG Tweaklab realised a wood-mantled LED display. If switched off, the wooden surface does not reveal its inner life, but when switched on, the LEDs gleam through the veneer. The display shows texts, graphics and animations. Its size adjusts to the requirements and is freely scaleable.
Interactive telescope | observing with additional information
Interactive telescope in the exhibition «Weltwissen - 300 Jahre Wissenschaft in Berlin» (Empirical knowledge – 300 years of science in Berlin)
Two goniometers calculate in which direction the telescope with its two data displays points. Optical text overlays and audio files provide additional information to specific objects or positions. Language can be changed with select buttons.
Code breaker | Decode number combinations
Code breaker for the exhibition «3, 2, 1 ... Start! Einmal Weltall und zurück» («3, 2, 1 ... Start! To space and back»)
The code-breaker opens door locks and decodes information in a playful manner. A LCD display with 2 x 16 characters shows the input above the block of numbers and a red resp. green LED indicates the status. Programming according to the customer’s wishes.
Light box | Image and information
Light boxes in the exhibition «Weltwissen - 300 Jahre Wissenschaft in Berlin» (Empirical knowledge – 300 years of science in Berlin)
The light box has an illuminated image in the background and a text layer on the front glass. A sensor controls the light sources making either image or text visible.
Remote control | Touch control at customer’s option
The device in use in the new Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart
A neatly arranged remote control with big buttons was produced at customer’s option. The reduction to necessary functions makes the device easy to use. The surface can be composed and programmed individually.