We haven’t heard a peep from Emo Labs since it was plugging its invisible speaker technology all those years ago, but now it’s back with a fresh name and a full bank account. The company has dropped its previous title to become ClearView Audio, and has secured another $1 million in funding which it will use to launch products with its Edge Motion technology. To jumpstart your memory, the reimagined speakers consist of a clear acrylic glass membrane, which produces sound when the sides are flexed by piezoelectric actuators. “Commercially ready products” are expected to be revealed at CES 2013, and we’ll be interested to know whether the original strategy of integrating them into displays remains the same. Given the long period of silence, we hope to be pleasantly surprised come January, but we’ll just have to wait and see hear.
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