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New: The Sorama Cam1K

The new Sorama CAM1K is our top-of-the-line high-end sound camera that can see all the weak spots regarding noise and vibrations in products, rooms, outer space, bridges, ships, trucks, heating systems etc.

This CAM1K will support you in swiftly – without a lengthy trial-and-error process - solving noise and vibration problems and in creating more silent products and a healthier inner and outer space. 

For more information click here or contact us.  

Sorama Cam1K

Sorama is present with a booth on this year's Hannover Messe, the world's leading industrial fair. The exhibition is held from Monday the 25th until Friday the 29th of April in Hannover, Germany. Sorama is demonstrating its latest products that were released earlier this year: The Sorama CAM64 and the CAM1K. Sorama can be found in Hall 2 with Research & Technology in the Holland High Tech House, booth C12. Feel free to visit us and experience live demonstrations of two ground-breaking sound cameras.

Posted: 14-04-2016 11:04
Sorama CAM1K

In addition to the recently introduced Sorama CAM64 we are now introducing the CAM1K: See more sound & vibrations in less time. The CAM1K is the top-of-the-line product in the Sorama assortment of sound cameras for companies that want to reduce noise and vibrations of their products and improve sound design.

Posted: 01-03-2016 13:03

“Nee, nee, het gaat niet om taxi’s”, aldus Rick Scholte, oprichter van Sorama B.V. in Eindhoven, “maar om een nieuwe, revolutionaire geluidscamera: de Sorama CAM64”. Niet met één microfoon, zoals de traditionele geluidsmeters, maar met 64 microfoontjes.

Posted: 12-01-2016 10:01
The Sorama CAM64 imaging a coffee machine

“No, no, it is not about taxis,” according to Rick Scholte, founder of Sorama B.V. in Eindhoven, “yet a new, revolutionary sound camera: the Sorama CAM64.” It contains 64 microphones, instead of the single-microphone of the traditional sound level meter.

Posted: 18-01-2016 13:01
Sound mapping at Stratumseind Eindhoven

3D city sound localisation with Sorama sound cameras. The first results of the tests in November 2015 at Stratumseind in Eindhoven are published by the City of Eindhoven (see The goal is to detect anomalies like aggression in an early stage in order for the police and/or the lighting system to act and prevent worse from happening.

Posted: 12-01-2016 08:01

WAVES is a unique project by Sorama and TU/e OPENLIGHT, which premièred back in 2013 on GLOW NEXT and is now promoted to the mainstage of the GLOW Eindhoven event in the city centre. Light and sound are both forms of waves. Just as the radio and also our cell-phones communicate by means of waves. Waves are literally flying everywhere around us, yet we have never seen them. Until now! Because right here, at the very place where radio and television were once created, sound waves have been made visible. Whistle, clap, talk, sing or scream and see how you produce those waves. Enjoy the experience of how waves move through space and rebounce on the walls. Discover how different tones also produce different wave patterns.

Posted: 06-11-2015 16:11
From left to right: Tineke Netelenbos, Albert Seubers (Atos), Lotte de Bruijn en Arie van Bellen (Photo: Tycho Müller of ‘Nederland ICT’)

September 2015 – The CityPulse project from Atos and Sorama has been rewarded with the Digital Impact Award during a live ceremony that took place in The Hague 3 September. In this project, Atos uses Big Data Intelligence to make the nightlife in the Dutch City of Eindhoven safer. By collecting real-time data from the busy nightlife area of Stratumseind, it is possible for emergency services and authorities to be kept informed about possible incidents and thus help to guarantee safety in the city. The Digital Impact Award was presented by ‘Nederland ICT’, the Dutch trade association for over 550 ICT companies in Netherlands, to a project or organization that - by means of an IT application - gives a clear impetus to the digital economy or has a visible positive impact on people and society.

Posted: 06-10-2015 15:10
Euronoise 2015 is held in Maastricht, The Netherlands

Sorama and the Technical University of Eindhoven are presenting two papers on acoustic imaging and microphone arrays at Euronoise 2015. Euronoise 2015, the 10th European Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, will be held Maastricht, The Netherlands. The program focusses on environmental noise control and improvement of the living quality of people in their homes, on the streets, during their recreational activities and while at work.

Posted: 01-06-2015 11:06

Sorama is hiring. A fulltime Technical Sales position is vacant at Sorama Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 

Posted: 01-02-2015 18:02
Bosch pushbelt CVT and Sorama sound image

Bosch Transmission Technology Tilburg (NL) reports a noise reduction success story that is published in this month's German Automotive magazine ATZ. By using "state-of-the-art acoustical sound imaging" by Sorama, Bosch managed to make their pushbelt CVT even more silent. This grants excellent comfort for drivers within CVT cars.

Posted: 30-01-2015 10:01

Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Cooler Master, a renowned developer of cases, power supplies, cooling and peripherals for computers, has entered into a partnership with the Dutch company Sorama to make their products even quieter. In this collaboration the unique Sorama Sound Imaging technology is used, resulting in new insights in the sound design of their products.

Posted: 30-01-2015 13:01
Sorama 4.096 channel microphone array

Sorama broke the Guinness World Record for Largest Microphone Array by a factor four with respect to the old record held by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The old record array holds 1.020 microphones in one system, while Sorama realised an array with 4.096 microphones. The record was set on August the 21st at the Sorama headquarters in Eindhoven.

Posted: 08-09-2014 15:09
Sorama Cam, World's Largest Microphone Array

Guinness World Records has accepted Sorama’s record application for ‘World's Largest Microphone Array’. However, before the World record of 1,024 microphones in a single array is official, two independent experts have to confirm this. The counting takes place on Thursday, August 21, 2014 at Sorama in Eindhoven. On top of this Sorama will attempt to set the record even higher at 4,096 microphones in an array, which is more than four times the existing record held by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). We think it is worth a try. 

Posted: 04-08-2014 17:08
Sorama Cam and Portal setup

Sorama is an exhibitor at High-Tech Systems 2014 with a spectacular live demostration of the Sorama Cam far- and near-field Sound Imaging abilities. Did you miss us this year at the Hannover Messe? Now is your chance to experience the possibilities of the Sorama Cam and Portal in the beautiful town of Den Bosch (NL) at the High Tech Systems 2014 fair, May 7 and 8 2014. Rick Scholte will also hold a lecture titled "The Sorama Cam Pilot: sound imaging and sound connections" (May 7th @ 16:40).

Posted: 05-05-2014 10:05

Inalfa Roof Systems, one of the World's biggest providers of vehicle roof systems, proudly shows their new Sorama Cam during a business show on Dutch television. The five minute item from "BV Brabant" gives you a short yet great insight into Sorama, our vision, the products and services we provide and Inalfa as a satisfied Sorama Cam user.

Posted: 09-01-2014 21:01

On Thursday November 7th the Sorama Cam has won the "High Tech NL Award 2013" during the Bits&Chips Embedded Systems conference. It is the price for the best and most remarkable high tech innovation of 2013 in The Netherlands. Sorama was nominated together with Demcon and Techneco, during the conference more than two-thirds of the votes from the 170 people in the room went to Sorama.

Posted: 20-12-2013 17:12
Glow Next WAVES by Sorama and TU/e OPENLIGHT

Light and sound are two types of waves. Like radio and the waves that make our cell phones communicate with each other. We are continuously surrounded by waves, but we never see them. Until now! Because here, at the cradle of radio and television, sound waves are being visualized. Sorama and the TU Eindhoven present the world premiere of WAVES

Posted: 20-12-2013 16:12
New Sorama Office at Strijp-S

On July 15 Sorama moved to the new office at Strijp-S, Torenallee 20 in Eindhoven. It is located on the seventh floor of the Videolab, which has a rich history in the development of groundbreaking technologies. Amongst others the CD, DVD and Blu-Ray disc were industrialised and standardised in this building.

Posted: 24-10-2013 10:10
Largest Sound Image up to now with over 30.000 points

On behalf of Vestia Rotterdam Stadswonen and recommended by Stadsontwikkeling Gemeente Rotterdam, Sorama recently created the largest Sound Image ever, in cooperation with Cauberg-Huygen Raadgevende Ingenieurs.

Posted: 24-10-2013 10:10
Cam in DWLD

The brand new Sorama Cam was presented on national Dutch television in 'De Wereld Leert Door' on March 21st. Rick Scholte explained the need for quieter products, because noise pollution leads to cardiovascular diseases. He demonstrated how the Sorama Cam can track sound sources with beamforming and analyse the source in-depth with Near-field Acoustic Holography. As is our company belief, a movie tells more than a thousand words so watch the whole broadcast here: (with English subtitling).

Posted: 29-06-2013 15:06

The Sorama Cam was first shown to an international audience on the Hannover messe this year. Sorama was part of the Holland High Tech booth representing the Dutch High Tech sector. The live demonstration of near- and far-field Sound Imaging of the 1024-channel MEMS microphone array, the Sorama Cam, amazed the audience.

Posted: 12-04-2013 16:04

Sorama is present with a booth on High-Tech Systems 2013, the International Conference and Exhibition on Mechatronics and Precision Technology on 24/25 April 2013 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The High-Tech Systems Tour also visits Sorama on April 23rd, specifically for our international contacts.

Posted: 11-02-2013 15:02

On March 28 at 20:00 CET, KIVI NIRIA (Dutch association for engineers) and Sorama organise a presentation and demonstration featuring the Sorama Cam. The session title is "The power of the digital sound camera" and is held in 'De Zwarte Doos' on the campus of the Eindhoven University of Technology.

Posted: 11-02-2013 15:02
The FD today: Sorama on the frontpage

The FD (Financieel Dagblad), the national financial newspaper of The Netherlands, featured a full, frontpage article on Sorama today. The headline reads: 'Sound Camera' helps making vacuum cleaners and computers more silent.

Posted: 28-12-2012 18:12
Sorama Cam - the high-res sound camera with 1024 MEMS mics

Sorama introduces the 1024 channel Cam version of their proven sound imaging technology. With its lowest per-channel cost of the industry it brings acoustic holographic analysis within a price range that is unheard of.

Posted: 31-12-2012 11:12
Cees Bassa (right, Merford) and Gertjan Yntema (left, Sorama)

Merford Noise Control and Sorama have signed an agreement to enter into a pilot for perfecting the 1024 channel Sorama Cam.

Posted: 28-12-2012 16:12
Sorama and Bureau Geluid announce partnership

The Eindhoven  based company Sorama -developer and patent holder of the first acoustic camera based on MEMS microphone technology- and Bureau Geluid -acoustic consultant and developer / supplier of sound and vibration measurement equipment- based in Valkenburg announce an extensive cooperation in the field of sound and vibration measurements with the Sorama sound camera.

Posted: 21-06-2012 18:06
the RoboCup field in Eindhoven

Today the RoboCup Dutch Open 2012 started in Eindhoven. The robotics and high-tech event will be held from 25-29 April 2012 in Eindhoven. Sorama is one of the sponsors of this great event and is also present with a company booth.

Posted: 26-04-2012 08:04

Dyka, a leading manufacturer of plastic pipes, uses Sorama Sound Images in their communication on the VSK 2012.

Posted: 26-03-2012 10:03

Sorama's MEMS array is on the cover of this month's edition of Bits&Chips magazine. The Dutch article is titled 'Kansen te over voor hightech starters', which means 'enough chances for start-up companies in high-tech'

Posted: 26-03-2012 12:03

Sorama Portal

The Sorama Portal enables you to improve your product’s sound. Combine Sorama’s unique Sound Imaging technology with expertise connected in the cloud.