A sound system designed to capture birds in flight and transmit them to people is taking the airwaves for the first time.
The Bird Sounds are a cross-sound ferry service that takes passengers and birds in the sky, delivering them to the New York subway and ferry terminals.
The company says it has been in the business for 10 years and currently has more than 60 employees.
The New York-based company is the first to use a bird-borne sound system.
“Our goal was to provide people with a new, immersive way to listen to the birds in their own backyard,” said Alex Renn, co-founder of the Bird Sounds.
The company’s system is powered by a 3D-printing process, and a drone is used to capture the birds flying in a wide field.
The birds are then sent through the system and the sound waves are projected on the ground.
The system is able to track birds from 50 feet up, and the bird sounds are then broadcast in the background.
The system’s primary purpose is to capture and deliver the birds to people who are willing to pay a fee.
Renn says the company was able to convince people to pay $200 to $300 to use the system, and they’ve raised more than $20,000 to help pay for it.
The Birds sounds are not a novelty, and are a new approach to bird-finding.
They were developed by Renn’s wife, and have been used for the last decade.
Renn said the company is working on more affordable versions that would be able to capture a greater amount of birds.
He said he hopes to release one of these systems in New York soon.
“I’m very excited about this new innovation that I’m trying to bring to the city,” he said.