Inventor Richard Haberkern launched a fundraising company on Kickstarter to produce a unique Soundlazer VR speaker that can distribute sound in a narrow concentrated stream only within a specific area. Where would the device become popular? – almost everywhere. At home, when listening to music, watching TV, playing on the console – sounds are heard only to those who are directly under the gadget, reminiscent of a designer pendant lamp. The rest of the household does not suffer from extraneous sounds and can safely go about their business or relax. Also, the device could be relevant in museums, above the desks of workers in the office, in music stores and many other places. The main component of the invention is a panel consisting of several piezoelectric transducers, enclosed in a plank of natural wood. A curved transparent reflector rises above it, directing sound towards the user. Sound zone – 60-120 cm under the speaker. The frequency range is from 150 Hz to 20 kHz, the output power is 15 W per channel (2-channel amplifier). The disadvantage of this design is the impossibility of bass transmission due to the narrow focus applied. Synchronization with a computer or mobile device is via Bluetooth. As part of the pre-order, Soundlazer VR is offered in sizes of 46×26 cm and 61×26 cm. The cost of the product is $ 259 and $ 269, respectively.