The Modviewsor represents the evolution in architectural acoustics toward aperiodic sequencing of asymmetrical shapes. The Modviewsor is is designed to be used where views through the unit are desired. The surface of the Modviewsor is designed to provide an optimum sound field through mid and high frequency diffusion while the sturdy, acrylic wall construction of the unit limits the amount of sound energy that is removed by absorption.
Standard Panel Dimensions (mm): 600x600 and 1200x600
To minimize the lobing inherent in number theory sound diffuser designs, which compromises the uniformity of the scattering, and simultaneously provide a light transmitting solution, RPG developed the Modviewsor.
The computer optimized Modviewsor offers significantly better performance than its predecessor, the Diviewsor, and in a shallower profile. Where the performance difference advances further is when multiple units are installed in an array. An optimized, modulated sequence of an array can take advantage of the aperiodic, asymmetric shape of the Modviewsor to minimize lobing effects that are caused by symmetrical and periodic shapes. In contrast to a Diviewsor periodic array, a Modviewsor aperiodic array is formed by following the prescription of an optimal binary sequence, which indicates when to use the asymmetric base shape (zero) or the rotated unit (one).
The Modviewsor is available in clear, translucent, tinted and higher opacity acrylic surfaces. It is sized to fit into a standard, reinforced T-Bar grid; more often, it is framed into a wall or ceiling in a fashion similar to mounting a glass panel.